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Jun
21
comment Referencing problem with the word “which”
Is it right to say that if I have it as "I had taken Course A at School A, which.....", the word "which" in this case refers to School A? And if I have it as what you suggested, "I had taken at School A Course A, which is....", then the word "which" in this case refers to Course A?
Jun
21
accepted The meaning of “from that of”
Jun
21
comment Referencing problem with the word “which”
So does it mean: when a sentence has two subjects, I cannot assume that the word "which" refers to its nearest subject?
Jun
21
comment Referencing problem with the word “which”
Thanks! I actually created this sentence as an example to demonstrate how confusing I find the word "which" sometimes is when referring to subjects.
Jun
21
asked The meaning of “from that of”
Jun
21
asked Referencing problem with the word “which”
Jun
3
accepted A word/phrase for an “I-should-have…” kind of feeling?
Jun
3
asked A word/phrase for an “I-should-have…” kind of feeling?
May
24
comment An adjective for the word “reference”?
Thanks for the suggestions, Barrie and JR! Really helpful. :)
May
24
accepted An adjective for the word “reference”?
May
24
asked An adjective for the word “reference”?
May
24
accepted Is it correct to use the word “then” to imply something of the past?
May
24
asked Is it correct to use the word “then” to imply something of the past?
May
22
accepted Emphasising that a date is near
May
22
comment Emphasising that a date is near
Thanks! I really like the way you put it as looming. Thank you so much! +1!!
May
22
comment Emphasising that a date is near
Yes, this is an example. Perhaps trying an alternative method would be a better way to reach a deadline.
May
22
asked Emphasising that a date is near
May
22
accepted Should I use “me” or “mine”?
May
22
asked Should I use “me” or “mine”?
Apr
15
accepted “all but one refused to do” means everyone do it or only one did it?