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    That or which


     Which or that


    'Which' is a pronoun, and is used as the subject or object of a verb to show what thing or things you are referring to, or to add information about the thing just mentioned. It is used for things, not people.

    'That' is a pronoun, and is used as the subject or object of a verb to show which person or thing you are referring to, or to add information about a person or thing just mentioned. It can be used for people and things. It can sometimes be omitted.



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    1. You can borrow the book I have just finished reading.

    2. The used car, I bought last year, is a brown one.

    3. Sylvie ate the last piece of sushi he was saving in the fridge.

    4. The wagon, he bought at a garage sale, is broken.

    5. Where's the dress you plan to wear tomorrow?

    6. Please stop by the supermaket, is on route 8, on your way home.

    7. The whale, swam into the bay, was successfully returned to the ocean.

    8. One of the girls kept laughing, annoyed Joanna intensely.

    9. Please pick up the clothes you dropped off at the dry cleaners yesterday.

    10. Did you see John's letter, made me laugh ?

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