Which vs. That

//Which vs. That

Which vs. That

Use which when a sentence could stand alone without what comes after the word:

She went to the grocery store, which wasn’t her favorite thing to do on a Friday afternoon.

Use that when a sentence needs what comes after the word.

Gorillas that eat lettuce are stronger than those that don’t.

 

 

By |2016-04-13T16:08:00+00:00April 13th, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on Which vs. That

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