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    #1

    'what made' or 'making'

    he visited her many times during that summer, making her feel very happy.

    he visited her many times during that summer, what made her feel very happy.


    hi,
    which one sounds better and why please?
    thanks.


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    #2

    Re: 'what made' or 'making'

    Why are you using "what" instead of "which"?

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    Re: 'what made' or 'making'

    not a teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    he visited her many times during that summer, making her feel very happy.

    he visited her many times during that summer, what made her feel very happy.


    hi,
    which one sounds better and why please?
    thanks.
    The first one sounds better. Remove the comma. :) but why 'which'?
    The usage of relative clause is not applicable in the sentence structure above.

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