Chicago is the city which ____ could be possible
Could you show me the correct answer and explain why it is right?
Shouldn't the relative pronoun be in which or where?
My pick is b) anything. It's non-specific, whereas choice a) everything is specific. Mind you, both a) and b) work in that context; however, anything could be possible/anything can happen is more common/commoner. It means, the unknown could happen, Cf. everything could be possible; everything you dreamed of happening could happen.
All the best.
Last edited by Casiopea; 01-Apr-2007 at 17:01.