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    Default Use of a comma with "which" in the sentence.

    Is there always a comma before which in a sentence such as - - . . . Scounted the possibilities at Countrywide Motor Sales which sells used sedans, station wagons and pickup trucks.

    And . . . are restoring an old townhouse which will serve as a display shop for the . . .

    I would just like to know the rule for which. Sometimes the grammer check on work says it calls for a semicolon.

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: Use of a comma with "which" in the sentence.

    You don't always have to use a comma before which. I depends.



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