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Is the following sentence grammatical?

Imagine a world that you can ask questions about a piece of program, and have tools that answer the questions automatically and efficiently.

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Imagine a world where you can ask questions about a piece of a program, and have tools that answer the questions automatically and efficiently.

world is a place so where is a better choice than that.

Also those questions might be better because it is referring to the questions in the first clause.

  • Good answer. Also, we have this tool already. It's called Stack Exchange :D – StorymasterQ Sep 25 '14 at 3:37

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