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In each sentence below, combine the two individual sentences into one sentence using a relative clause. Indicate whether the relative clause is restrictive or nonrestrictive by placing an “R” or “NR” in the blank at the end of the sentence.

The cat is in my yard again. The cat has a broken leg.

Free Willy was a cute move. Free Willy was a story about freedom.

This is a question from ultimate gmatclub grammer book.

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The cat, that (or which) has the broken leg, is in my yard again. _NR_

Free Willy, that (or which) was a story about freedom, was a cute movie. NR

How come we are using that in this? Isnt usage of 'that' possible only with restrictive clauses!
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Re: combine the two individual sentences into one sentence [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2012, 07:02
The cat that has a broken leg is in my yard again.

Free Willy, which was a story about freedom, was a cute move.
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Re: combine the two individual sentences into one sentence [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2012, 07:51
Thanks for the reply. My doubt was regarding the answers given in the ultimate grammar book. In that 'that' is being used in a non restrictive clause.

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Re: In each sentence below, combine the two individual sentences [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2012, 02:16
is there any log being maintained where errors/clarifications of ultimate grammar book are being updated?
Re: In each sentence below, combine the two individual sentences   [#permalink] 16 Sep 2012, 02:16
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