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    #1

    which/that

    Hi

    I'd like to tell you about a certain product which I think you may like.

    Is "which" fine or maybe I should use "that"? I think we use "which" when talking about the plural and "that" when talking about one thing only, right?

    Thanks

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    Re: which/that

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    I'd like to tell you about a certain product which I think you may like.

    Is "which" fine or maybe I should use "that"?
    Both are acceptable.
    I think we use "which" when talking about the plural and "that" when talking about one thing only, right?
    Wrong.

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    Re: which/that

    If in doubt, leave it out:

    'I'd like to tell you about a certain product I think you may like.'

    Rover

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