Hi! If you use "interview" in a relative clause, would it be a "time" or a "place" clause? For example, "That was the interview where/when I got my job." I found a couple of examples with "where" that sound more like "when" to me. I feel they refer to time instead of place. I reached a stage where I began to enjoy my work. He found himself in a situation where he was unable to pay off his debts. (I've been trying to look up information about this, but all the examples were pretty obvious, like "a time when, a day when, the place where, the city where.") Thanks!