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I wonder why in which is put between 2 commas in this example.

My main desire is a peaceful world, in which, there will be no war, no threat of terrorism.

  • It could just be a mistake or editing error. What's the source? – The Photon Nov 26 '17 at 16:38
  • The commas are just to show you need to pause when reading the text. I think, as a learner, that colors the text with a more emphatic tone. However, I am not sure. – Cardinal Nov 26 '17 at 17:14
  • I wonder why too. Source? Really only one comma is needed. "My main desire is (for) a peaceful world, in which there will be no war and no threat of terrorism." You can put "nor" in place of "and no" if you want to. – user3169 Nov 26 '17 at 19:54
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The comma after "in which" is an error and should not be used in this sentence.

My main desire is a peaceful world, in which there will be no war, no threat of terrorism.

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