What is the difference between which and that?
When can I replace which with that?
What is the difference between those and that?
Who vs that in a sentence?
Which that use examples?
|Word||What Does It Do?||Example|
|which||adds information||The dog, which I’ve complained about before, barked all night.|
|that||clarifies what noun you’re talking about||The dog that barks all night kept me awake.|
Why do we use which?
What is the rule for using that or which?
Can you use that for a person?
Who vs which vs that?
What is the difference between which and that in relative clauses?
Is that and which interchangeable?
Who that which relative clauses?
We can use ‘who’, ‘which’ or ‘that’. We use ‘who’ for people and ‘which’ for things. We can use ‘that’ for people or things. The relative clause can come after the subject or the object of the sentence.
When to use that or which SAT?
Who which that clause examples?
Do you refer to a company as or which?
How do you use an SAT dash?
They can be used to mark off a non-essential clause or phrase (like a comma) or introduce a list or explanation (like a colon). If dashes are used with non-essential clauses or phrases, you can’t mix them with commas. You have to go with either two dashes or two commas.