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Tough choice between D and E. In E I believe which has no clear referent.

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which is used in non restrictive clauses and that is used in restrcitive clauses.

Example

I drove the red sports car, which I won in the lottery, to visit my friend

you can get rid of which I won in the lottery - this just adds an extra information. ( Non restrictive )

I drove the red sports car that I won in the lottery, to visit my friend

Here it specifically tells which car amoug the set of red cars I drove. ( Restrictive )
Also which is used a a relative pronoun and should have an antecedent.(referent)

I suggest you go through the grammar site I mentioned.

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anandnk wrote:
which is used in non restrictive clauses and that is used in restrcitive clauses.

Example

I drove the red sports car, which I won in the lottery, to visit my friend

you can get rid of which I won in the lottery - this just adds an extra information. ( Non restrictive )

I drove the red sports car that I won in the lottery, to visit my friend

Here it specifically tells which car amoug the set of red cars I drove. ( Restrictive )
Also which is used a a relative pronoun and should have an antecedent.(referent)

I suggest you go through the grammar site I mentioned.


Point noted Anand. I will go through the website.

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Anand,

I'm confused. How can "Japan's is" be correct usage?

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ndidi, Japan's indicates culture of country Japan and not that "Japan" itself being a culture type......so when using Japan's is, it indicates that u r referring to something from the country of Japan.......

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