Unformatted text preview: people Ex: She’s the type of person who/that does everything on her own. • Who is preferred when talking about particular person in formal language Ex: The lady who talked to you was a famous writer. b) That vs. Which In some cases, that is more appropriate than which : • After the pronouns "all," "any(thing)," "every(thing)," "few," "little," "many," "much," "no(thing)," "none," "some(thing)": Ex: There were a few people that participated in the study. • After the noun modified by an adjective in the superlative degree: Ex: This is the best food I’ve ever had!...
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- Fall '11
- English, Writer, Syntactic entities, Relative pronoun, Relative clause, English relative clauses, Noun phrase