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    at Seoul station that

    It was at Seoul station that I saw her yesterday.

    Which word can be used instead of underlined that?

    I think which can be used instead of it. Am I right???

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    Re: at Seoul station that

    Quote Originally Posted by ju.ilkyu View Post
    "It was at Seoul station that I saw her yesterday."

    Which word can be used instead of underlined that?

    I think "which" can be used instead of it. Am I right? ??
    If you're asking whether "which" can used instead of "it", no it can't be.
    If you're asking whether "which" can used instead of "that", no, you need "that".

    Please do quote your example sentences and quoted words. If you put that or which or that which should be quoted in a sentence without quoting that, or which, or how, how can we make sense of this, how or that, or indeed anything at all?

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