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    conj. adv.

    Could you please tell me the reason which made her feel so offended?
    is this sentence correct?
    can i use why or what to replace which?

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    Re: conj. adv.

    Quote Originally Posted by annie1216 View Post
    Could you please tell me the reason which made her feel so offended?
    is this sentence correct?
    can i use why or what to replace which?
    You have to restructure the sentence.
    Could you please tell me the reason [that] she feels so offended?
    Could you please tell me why she feels so offended?
    Could you please tell me what made her feel so offended?
    Could you please tell me what it was that made her feel so offended?

    You can't phrase it the way you have done because 'a reason' did not make her offended.

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