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    What is it that made you angry?

    'What is it that made you angry?'



    I've learned and taught that when the precedent is an interrogative pronoun

    you have to always use 'that' as a relative pronoun.


    I want to know the above sentence can be an

    example for this rule.
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    Re: What is it that made you angry?

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    'What is it that made you angry?'



    I've learned and taught that when the precedent is an interrogative pronoun

    you have to always use 'that' as a relative pronoun.


    I want to know the above sentence can be an

    example for this rule.
    Yes, it is an example of that rule.

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