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    Question that as a relative pronoun

    Hello!

    Which one is correct, that or which?
    Or is this quiz wrong?
    It confuses me.


    The lady and her bike, (that/which) were at the beach, disappeared.

    Thanks.


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    Re: that as a relative pronoun

    which = used to refer to something previously mentioned when introducing a clause giving further information and usually preceded by a comma.


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    Re: that as a relative pronoun

    Thanks.

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