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Can I omit "where" in this case?

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Rebecca

That's a good question. In this case, it would be okay be omit "where" because there is already a place stated in the sentence through the word "somewhere". So it is also correct to say "go somewhere you can relax". However, in cases where there is no clear place mentioned, you should not omit "where".

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