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    "that" as a relative pronoun...

    How can you tell whether or not the word "that" is being used as a relative pronoun?

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    Re: "that" as a relative pronoun...

    Try replacing it with which/who; if that works, then it's a relative pronoun.


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    Re: "that" as a relative pronoun...

    awesome, that works. Thanks!

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    Re: "that" as a relative pronoun...

    You're welcome.

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