Student or Learner
I am trying to tell the differences between that and which.
1) They both are exchangeable.
eg. I like the coffee which/that is served in Starbucks
2) They both can use for the plural and single nouns in front.
eg. I bought the dresses which/that costed HK$ 600.
eg. I bought the dress which/that costed HK$ 600.
Last edited by 5jj; 20-Feb-2011 at 06:30. Reason: Mistake corrected
A defining relative clause tells us which thing is being talked about:
I like the coffee which/that is served in Starbucks.
A non-defining relative clause simply gives us additional information:
I love real coffee, which I first drank when I went to Paris at the age of twelve.