WRONG:

TO WHERE


RIGHT:

SO MUCH THAT, TO THE POINT THAT


Complains Fred, “Mac kept borrowing my tools to where I couldn’t finish fixing the front porch.” This sort of use of “to where” to mean “so much that” or “to the point that” is not standard English. The meaning is more about when than where.


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