Student or Learner
I already did my homework by reading this:
According to Grammar Girl:
"who" for people, and
"that" for things
before a restrictive clause!
"which" before a nonrestrictive clause.
But, as far as I know "which" is only used for things. My question is:
What should I use for people in nonrestrictive clauses? I suppose this is not correct:
The boy, which won the game, is happy.
Should I use who for people in nonrestrictive clauses?
*You'll notice that I tend to use 'who' in my own writing.