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    TL Murphy

    That vs. Which

    "The dog that bit me..." means the biting is essential to the dog's being (Dogs bite people). But this can be speaker perception, not necessarily

    TL Murphy Today, 02:09 AM Go to last post
    Squalid Glass

    That vs. Which

    "The dog that bit me ran away."

    Refers to the dog. It's restrictive.

    "The dog, which bit me, ran away."

    Squalid Glass Today, 01:48 AM Go to last post
    TL Murphy

    Senryu 6

    It means you have to use your imagination.

    TL Murphy Today, 01:01 AM Go to last post
    EternalGreen

    That vs. Which

    But if I say "that" I mean that the dog biting me is integral to its identity.

    If I say, "the dog which bite me", then

    EternalGreen Today, 12:35 AM Go to last post
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