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Hi, everyone. Please, check and correct the grammar. There are two sentences. They are slightly same meaning. so check this out!
1. If you're in a country that is happening winter. What will you do? What do you do? Do you want to play ice skating or anything else?

2. If you're in a country where it is happening winter. What will you do? What do you do? Do you want to play ice skating or anything else?

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Hi, everyone. Please, check and correct the grammar. There are two sentences. They are slightly same meaning. so check this out!
1. If you're in a country that is happening winter. What will you do? What do you do? Do you want to play ice skating or anything else?

2. If you're in a country where it is happening winter. What will you do? What do you do? Do you want to play ice skating or anything else?
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