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    grammer question

    Thousands of years ago small huts of lake dwellers stood on the site ............ is now occupied by Zurich,the largest city in Switzerland
    a)how b)what c)that d)where e)who


    can you teach by explaining?


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    Re: grammer question

    You first! Give it a shot. Think! What would fit the best?


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    Re: grammer question

    Correction:
    GRAMMAR.

    Can you explain it to me?


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    Re: grammer question

    ı think the answer is what but my teacher is saying which please can you explain

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    Re: grammer question

    Quote Originally Posted by exorcise View Post
    Thousands of years ago small huts of lake dwellers stood on the site ............ is now occupied by Zurich,the largest city in Switzerland
    a)how b)what c)that d)where e)who


    can you teach by explaining?
    that
    that definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta

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    Re: grammer question

    is "that" the same meaning as which?

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    Re: grammer question

    Question: Does that have the same meaning as which?
    Answer: No, not exactly. But one can often be substituted for the other (as in your example sentence).

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    Re: grammer question

    P.S. Say: grammar

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