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Relative pronouns that and which #1 (permalink) Thu Aug 11, 2005 18:42 pm   Relative pronouns that and which
 

Test No. errors/elem-5 "Relative Pronouns", question 3

They have a very large house round that there are some lovely gardens.

(a) a
(b) that
(c) there

Test No. errors/elem-5 "Relative Pronouns", answer 3

They have a very large house round which there are some lovely gardens.

Correct entry: which
The error was: (b) that

You have not found the error.
They have the very large house round that there are some lovely gardens.
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How to use THAT and WHICH ? Plaese explain for me . Thank you
Chau
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Relative pronouns that and which #2 (permalink) Thu Aug 11, 2005 18:52 pm   Relative pronouns that and which
 

Hi,

The main point to remember is this: that is not used with a preposition but with which it is possible. If you like you can have a look at one of my stories appearing under ESL lessons on this site. You will find a summary of the uses of the Relative Pronoun and then (2) and (3) are the story I've written showing how they are used:

Relative Pronoun

Relative Pronoun (2)

Relative Pronoun (3)


Let me know if they help

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