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30 May 2016

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When you give a riddle something like:


"Where is a place you buy meat?"

"Where is the place you buy meat?


Q1. Should I use "a" or "the"?

Q2. What about "meat" or "meats"

Q3. Can I use "what" instead of "where"?

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When you give a riddle something like:


"Where is a place you buy meat?"

"Where is the place you buy meat?


Q1. Should I use "a" or "the"?

Q2. What about "meat" or "meats"

Q3. Can I use "what" instead of "where"?
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