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    Dave took a road. It was the shortest one.
    Dave took a road which was the shortest one.
    Dave took a road which was the shortest.
    Which one is correct the sentence with one or without one or both?
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    Re: which

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Dave took a road. It was the shortest one.
    Dave took a road which was the shortest one.
    Dave took a road which was the shortest.
    Which one is correct the sentence with one or without one or both?
    Thanks

    Dave took a road. It was the shortest one.
    Dave took the road which was the shortest one.
    Dave took the road which was the shortest.

    These are all OK.


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    which

    The letters came today. They are late.
    The letters which are late came today. Is this sentence correct?
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    Re: which

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    The letters came today. They are late.
    The letters which are late came today. Is this sentence correct?
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    No - logically it would be "The letters that came today were late".

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