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    Default According to the sentence below what does "which" refer to?

    Creativity, which includes invention, is only the starting point for innovation, which is a necessary but not sufficient condition for it.

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    Default Re: According to the sentence below what does "which" refer to?

    The word immediately preceding it.

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    Default Re: According to the sentence below what does "which" refer to?

    Do you mean "the starting point for innovation" or only "innovation" word? Thank you.

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    Default Re: According to the sentence below what does "which" refer to?

    Quote Originally Posted by blueisthebest View Post
    Do you mean "the starting point for innovation" or only "innovation" word? Thank you.
    5jj clearly stated "The word immediately preceding it" so what do you think is the answer to that question?
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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