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    This sentence is correct?

    Can we use which two times in a sentence?

    The passage discusses mutualism which is defined as an interaction between 2 organisms which is benefical for both of them.

    Thank you so much.

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    Re: This sentence is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by arzgol View Post
    Can we use which two times in a sentence?

    The passage discusses mutualism, which is defined as an interaction between 2 organisms, which is benefical for both of them.
    We can, but I would prefer:

    The passage discusses mutualism, which is defined as an interaction between 2 organisms; this is benefical for both of them
    .
    Last edited by 5jj; 31-May-2011 at 14:17. Reason: Yet another typo. Sigh.

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