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I am probably asking a stupid question, but I am not an english speaker. The sentence 'where it feels like home', is it correct? The subject 'it' after the adverb 'where' is my main doubt.

Thank you in advance.

  • "Feels like", in this context, is an idiom. Your usage sounds correct, though it's hard to say for sure without more context. – Hot Licks Dec 2 at 23:29
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This is not a full sentence, but a sentence fragment. If it were a part of a full sentence, it would be called a wh-relative construction. Examples of full sentences that include that relative are

I want to stay in a place where it feels like home.
New York is where it feels like home.

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