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SC : Usage of "THAT"

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26 Aug 2018, 09:12
I'm really struggling in figuring out the usage of "THAT". THAT can be used as a noun modifier, singular pronoun, and subordinating conjunction but I am finding it difficult to identify "THAT" as a pronoun and as a noun modifier. Please help me how to identify the difference.
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26 Aug 2018, 10:22
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I'm really struggling in figuring out the usage of "THAT". THAT can be used as a noun modifier, singular pronoun, and subordinating conjunction but I am finding it difficult to identify "THAT" as a pronoun and as a noun modifier. Please help me how to identify the difference.

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'that' has a variety of usage in the GMAT and is confusing.
You can refer to the following post from Gmatninja that is very helpful.
https://gmatclub.com/forum/experts-topi ... 43686.html
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