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    Is this sentence grammatically correct?

    I am going to make up a sentence below.

    (ex) This book is very informative and educational which helps me understand psychology better.

    The part in red is a complete sentence. Can I continue it with the part in black? Is that grammatically correct? Thank you for helping me.

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    Re: Is this sentence grammatically correct?

    I'd use "and" rather than "which" in that sentence.

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