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Tom loves his mareting management job

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Can anyone help in how the following two sentences differ ? I am a little confused.

Tom loves his mareting management job which is full of challenges

Tom loves his mareting management job ,which is full of challenges
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Re: Tom loves his mareting management job [#permalink] New post 22 Dec 2013, 07:30
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Can anyone help in how the following two sentences differ ? I am a little confused.

Tom loves his mareting management job which is full of challenges

Tom loves his mareting management job ,which is full of challenges


Both are one and the same. Normally, in GMAT, you always have a which followed by a comma.

Rule : "which always modifies the noun or the noun phrase preceding it".

I am running on the treadmill, which is in the balcony.
I was running on the treadmill on Monday, which is in the balcony. -- > on Monday is adverbial phrase which is not a part of noun/noun phrase. More over changing the placement of the adverbial phrase changes the meaning (in this sentence)
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