I have two questions concerning defining/non-defining relative clauses.
Please look at the example sentences below :
a. Mr.Brown has a daughter who became a doctor.
b. Mr.Brown has a daughter, who became a doctor.
Q1. What's the difference in meaning?
Q2. When you hear these sentences separately, do you recognize the difference in meaning? If so, how? Do you put a pause between the clauses? (It's quite hard for me to decide which(defining/non-defining) when they are spoken.)
Thank you in advance!
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