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    Smile Some say fish caught in winter tastes better than that/those in summer.

    Some say fish caught in winter tastes better than that/those in summer.



    Would you use that or those in the above text and why? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Some say fish caught in winter tastes better than that/those in summer.

    Some say fish caught in winter taste better than those in summer.

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    Smile Re: Some say fish caught in winter tastes better than that/those in summer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hi_there_Carl View Post
    Some say fish caught in winter taste better than those in summer.
    Thanks, Carl.
    I see eye to eye with you, but the original uses that. I can't figure out why, and I posted this question here. Why?

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