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Correct usage of “which”/“that” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it appropriate to use 'that' as opposed to 'which'? From what I understand the second sentence is correct, and the first is not. What are the ...
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That vs Which when talking about a subject [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it appropriate to use 'that' as opposed to 'which'? This is actually the title of a question I just asked a minute ago ::- ). While writing it, I ...
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American English: which vs that [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it appropriate to use 'that' as opposed to 'which'? We've had an American Americanise some phrases for us (with the point of teaching children ...
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That vs Which usage [duplicate]

Iraq was first destroyed by the U.S. military and now it's being reconstructed by the U.S. corporations, which were the cause of its deliberate destruction. Can we use that instead of which here? ...
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that vs which vs what [duplicate]

Which sentence would you use more, which is just simple wrong and why? This is the speech, that my father wrote. This is the speech, which my father wrote. This is the speech, what my father wrote. ...
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Correct usage of *which* and *that* [duplicate]

I keep seeing written usage of which in cases where the writer clearly intends it to be restrictive. For example: "Is there a word which means whatever you want it to mean? Or has no meaning?" "It ...
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Should I use That or Which? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it appropriate to use 'that' as opposed to 'which'? I can't figure out whether to use that or which: "and initiate collaborative projects that ...
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Multiple objects + relative clause [duplicate]

Which would be best / acceptable? "He saw people, animals and buildings THAT / WHICH had suffered greatly." As I see it, there are 3 subjects; people, animals and buildings. The grammar rules I know ...
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“which” vs “that” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Correct usage of which/that When is it appropriate to use 'that' as opposed to 'which'? I'm not a native English speaker and I must confess I'm quite ...
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Difference between that and which. Can that follow a comma? [duplicate]

1) Eventually, we developed a strategy, grounded in prospect theory and its associated biases like loss-aversion and availability heuristic, which exploited the tendencies of players to fold too often ...
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Should I use 'which' or 'that'? [duplicate]

I have been reading up on the correct use of 'which' and 'that' but I am still struggling. I am unsure if 'must be taken regularly' is restrictive or not. Both 'which' and 'that' sound correct to me. ...
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Usage of “which” or “that” [duplicate]

I'm a bit confused with the correct answer in this phrase: In Florida, you can explore the Everglades or the beaches, _______ are relaxing places. Is it "which are relaxing places" or "that ...
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“That will have to” vs “Which will have to” [duplicate]

I am not really sure if this sentence is translated correctly into English : Access keys have been researched and the implementation will be done in a future sprint, that will have something to do ...
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How to choose between “which” and “that”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When is it appropriate to use 'that' as opposed to 'which'? Sentence 1: The motorcycles with designs which involve an engine, a shaft and a gearbox, ...
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“that is” or “which is” [duplicate]

I am writing an article in BE and I try to remain formal. I have a difficulty with that and which: (meaningless sentences) We move from our old car to the truck that is his new means of ...

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