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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The family whose house burnt in the fire was immediately given a complimentary suite in a hotel. The theater, in which the play debuted, 300 people. The café, which sells the best coffee in town, has recently been closed. I am looking for someone that/who could give me a ride to Chicago. This is the house that had a great Christmas decoration. a subject of a restrictive relative clause English 221 RW Place AND Space Recognize how to use Defining Clauses This is the man to whom I wanted to speak and whose name I had forgotten. Process and Points after I took English 221RW The movie turned out to be a blockbuster hit, which came as a surprise to critics. Reference: Purdue Writing Lab an object in a restrictive relative clause an object in a non-restrictive relative clause Dessert is all that he wants. The relative pronoun that can only be used inrestrictive clauses. It can also be substituted for who (referring to persons) or which (referring to things) in informal English. Whereas that is often used while speaking, who and which are more common in formal written English. When referring to people, both that and who can be used in informal language. "That" may be used to refer to the characteristics or abilities of an individual or a group of people. There are several cases when that is more appropriate than which:After the pronouns "all," "any(thing)," "every(thing)," "few," "little," "many," "much," "no(thing)," "none," "some(thing)":
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