Can we use "that is" in the following sentence meaning "which means"?
'If I do something, that is when I can do something else...'
I want to show that the underlined section is what the first phrase means.
And, how about the punctuation for 'that is'?
Many thanks in advance.
Re: "that is"?
Should the punctuation always be like the folloeing examples?
---; that is,---
---. That is,---
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