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Peter M's picture
19 June, 2019 - 07:06
Hello tshantanu0, The structure here is a defining relative clause and you can use either 'who' or 'that' as the relative pronoun here - it makes no difference. I'm not aware of any rule which says...
19 June, 2019 - 06:06
I would volunteer to take part in this experiment. I don't know how it feel but I will try to imagine a process here. I come sit on a chair in front of Larry. He will put a rubber hand beside my hand...
Kirk's picture
19 June, 2019 - 06:06
Hello Aniyanmon It's difficult to say without at least knowing the context, but, for example, 1 could be something an English student said. For example, imagine one of my Spanish students went to...