I'm having an editing incident: If you have two objects which are plural (e.g. apples and oranges) and a restrictive clause, to which does the restrictive clause refer? E.g. He noticed the apples ...
I know when people use the phrase "that awkward moment when (blah blah blah)..." it is clearly a sentence fragment. What exactly is it called though? A dependent clause? A noun clause? I have no idea. ...
Is it appropriate to use a comma before which in the following sentence? The group has helped to make new friends and become more independent, which has increased my self-confidence. Is it ...