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    #1

    Cool which or and that?

    Hello!

    Can you tell me which is better, please? "Which" or "and that"?

    "At the beginning of the training, she didn't use tenses properly, which involved inconsistencies/and that involved inconsistencies. "

    Thank you very much

    Will

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    #2

    Re: which or and that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Can you tell me which is better, please? "Which" or "and that"?

    "At the beginning of the training, she didn't use tenses properly, which involved inconsistencies/and that involved inconsistencies. "

    Thank you very much

    Will
    "At the beginning of the training she didn't use tenses properly, which caused inconsistencies." I prefer this but I'm not sure what you mean by "training". Do you mean "course"?

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    #3

    Cool Re: which or and that?

    Thank you Bhai.

    -I mean "Spanish lessons". Is "training" ok in this case?


    Cheers

    Will

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    #4

    Re: which or and that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Thank you Bhai.

    -I mean "Spanish lessons". Is "training" ok in this case?


    Cheers

    Will
    No, not really. We don't say "a training" in English. Say "At the beginning of the Spanish course she didn't use tenses properly, which caused inconsistencies."

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    #5

    Cool Re: which or and that?

    Thank you Bhai!

    What about "the training course"?or "her training course"?

    Would that be suitable too?

    Thanks a lot.

    Will

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    #6

    Re: which or and that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Thank you Bhai!

    What about "the training course"?or "her training course"?

    Would that be suitable too?

    Thanks a lot.

    Will
    Yes, "the/her training course" would be fine.

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