COULD YOU TELL ME THE BEST ANSWER AND WHY, PLEASE?

1-I am grateful for all ( which, what, that) I have.
2-A destination is referred to as a place(when, whose, which, where) one visits for one's holiday.
3-(Either, neither, every, Each) one of the boxers will stop boxing until the other defeated.

 

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Hi, Abo Hamza,

Abo Hamza posted:

COULD YOU TELL ME THE BEST ANSWER AND WHY, PLEASE?

1-I am grateful for all ( which, what, that) I have.

 

'That' is the correct answer as it is preceded by 'all'.

Abo Hamza posted:

COULD YOU TELL ME THE BEST ANSWER AND WHY, PLEASE?

2-A destination is referred to as a place(when, whose, which, where) one visits for one's holiday.

 

'Which' is the correct answer'. 'Which' replaces 'it' (one visits it).

Abo Hamza posted:

COULD YOU TELL ME THE BEST ANSWER AND WHY, PLEASE?

1-I am grateful for all ( which, what, that) I have.
2-A destination is referred to as a place(when, whose, which, where) one visits for one's holiday.
3-(Either, neither, every, Each) one of the boxers will stop boxing until the other is defeated.

 

I think there is a missing 'is' after 'until' here. Anyway, the ring has two boxers. Neither one of them will stop boxing until the other is defeated.

Abo Hamza posted:

COULD YOU TELL ME THE BEST ANSWER AND WHY, PLEASE?

1-I am grateful for all ( which, what, that) I have.
2-A destination is referred to as a place(when, whose, which, where) one visits for one's holiday.
3-(Either, neither, every, Each) one of the boxers will stop boxing until the other defeated.

That's not the way this website works. Each discussion thread should be devoted to one particular grammatical topic, and the example sentence(s) should relate to that topic, as should the title of the thread. 

Here you have simply asked for answers to a random set of test questions, each of which has nothing to do with the other, and issued a command ("choose the correct answer") as the title of the thread.

If you start a thread like this in the future, please expect to have it deleted.

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