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  1. wendy
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    Dear MikeNewYork


    "I was on your Web site, and you have some pictures and videos of guys that were partying like ******* animals"

    "I was on your Web site, and you have some pictures and videos of guys partying like ******* animals"
    if I put comma like this...


    "I was on your Web site, and you have some pictures and videos of guys, that were partying like ******* animals"

    "I was on your Web site, and you have some pictures and videos of guys, partying like ******* animals"

    1. Is this two sentences mean the same??
    2. Is this two sentence have same meaning as the two sentences above??

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    #2
    The first is incorrect- use 'who.

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