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English Grammar

That - Which

What is the difference between "that" and "which"?

That - "That" is used with restrictive phrases; restrictive phrases are phrases that are essential to the sentence

  • The shirt that you lent me is in my bag.
  • The food store that I go to all the time is closed today.
  • The house that I wanted to buy has been sold.

Which - is used with non-restrictive phrases; non-restrictive phrases are phrases that state non essential information

  • The shirt, which is red is in my bag.
  • The house,which I didn't want to buy has been sold.
  • The store which is near my house is not open today.

Tip1: A non-restrictive phase can be omitted from the sentence.

Tip2: A comma is placed before the word "which".

Definite Articles & Indefinite Articles

Types Of Determiners

A & An

A & An The Quiz

Someone & Anyone

Much & Many

Much & Many Quiz

No & None

No & None Quiz

What are determiners?

That - This - These - Those Determiners

What are quantifiers?

Some & Any

Some & Any Quiz

That - Which

A - An - The