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The leather is the material (that/which) we made the jackets with.
1. The leather is the material with which we made the jackets.
2. The material that we made the jackets with is leather.
3. The leather is the material that we made the jackets with.
I know that 1 and 2 are correct but what about 3? Is 3 correct as well?
Last edited by sb70012; 20-Nov-2013 at 22:38.
It's interesting that, in the other forum in which you asked this question, you said this sentence was made by you. It was in fact contained in a post submitted nine years before in that forum, a post which also contained the other relative clause you posted in this forum at the same time as this one.
Are you spending your time trawling forums for old questions to post randomly?
5jj Poirot is on the case. Someone's days are numbered.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
We haven't time to deal with with questions that have been answered already.