ESL grammar · Grammar · Pronoun

The Difference between That and Which

This is a technical issue. If you’re a beginning speaker of English, you don’t have to bother with it. Martinak15 “That” and “which” are both relative pronouns, which means they are used to speak about someone or something earlier in the sentence. “That” and “which” are used in sentences that are a combination of one… Continue reading The Difference between That and Which

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A Bad Case of the Runs – Run-on Sentences and Comma Splice

Rasmos Olsen Two related problems that are often seen, and not only in texts written by learners of English. Here’s how to correct them.   What do you think of this sentence: 1 He’s a doctor he loves his job. Does it look perfectly okay to you? If yes, you may be writing many more… Continue reading A Bad Case of the Runs – Run-on Sentences and Comma Splice

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