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The rule for use of that and which in relative clauses   (both words have many other uses -- this rule is for relative clauses only) is in restrictive relative clauses like the book that he read, or the book which he read, or the book he read either that or which may be used; or neither, if the relative pronoun isn't the subject. in ...


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If you are using that as a conjunction to link the two clauses, you cannot end the first clause with the preposition on. Read it by itself: I agree with the author on It is ungrammatical. You can either remove on or that, though you might have to do a little restructuring: I agree with the author that the structure of the poem is unusual. I agree ...



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