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    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
    LCLee

    That vs. Which

    "The dog that bit me ran away."

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

    I would think they're both correct minus

    LCLee Today, 12:30 AM Go to last post
    rcallaci

    Senryu 6

    back-yard-on sea is what confused me - got it now- but British humor sometimes goes over my head- now cowboy humor that's another story...

    rcallaci Today, 12:00 AM Go to last post
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