Tip 3 (Which or That)

Tip 3 (Which or That) - Sales Students, After reading the...

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Sales Students, After reading the lesson, use the following link to quiz yourself: http://www.getitwriteonline.com/archive/103103.htm Which or That ? While both which and that can be used in other constructions, the confusion usually arises when they are being used as relative pronouns to introduce adjective (or relative) clauses. In the examples below, we have bracketed the adjective clauses. (Remember that a clause is simply a group of words containing a subject and a verb): 1. Our house [that has a red door and green shutters] needs painting. 2. Our house, [which has a red door and green shutters], needs painting. 3. The classrooms [that were painted over the summer] are bright and cheerful. 4. The classrooms, [which were painted over the summer], are bright and cheerful. In all four cases, the adjective clause tells us something about either the house or the classrooms, but the choice of which or that changes the way we should read each sentence. In the first sentence, the use of
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