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  1. ash13007
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    Which sentence is correct?

    Which would be grammatically correct?

    1. The award is given to companies WHO have reduced waste.

    OR

    2. The award is given to companies WHICH have reduced waste.

    Who refers to people where as which refers to things. Wouldn't a company be considered a thing? Sentence 1 sounds more correct, but sentence 2 makes more sense. Please help! Thanks!

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    Re: Which sentence is correct?

    The award is given to companies those have reduced waste

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    Re: Which sentence is correct?

    "That" or "which".

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