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# WHICH, AND THAT

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16 May 2018, 13:10
Someone recently asked me a good question that applies to understanding the difference between "which" an "that". Well, from my own understanding, "which" is actually the difference between two things, such as "which one", or "which dress should i choose, the blue, or the red?". On the contrary, "that" is referring to a specific noun. An example of this could be such ("look at THAT bird over there, it's beautiful"). I hope this helped those of you who were pondering about this.
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