That or Which? Grammar girl — Don Massenzio’s Blog

Originally posted on Kawanee’s Korner: ? Restrictive Clause—That A restrictive clause is just part of a sentence that you can’t get rid of because it specifically restricts some other part of the sentence. Here’s an example: Gems that sparkle often elicit forgiveness. The words that sparkle restrict the kind of gems you’re talking about.…

via That or Which? Grammar girl — Don Massenzio’s Blog

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