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    help

    i wanted to know the differences between the words

    1) on which

    2) of which

    3) in which

    with the examples for each



    Thank you

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    Re: help

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    i wanted to know the differences between the words

    1) on which

    2) of which

    3) in which

    with the examples for each

    Thank you
    1) This is the table on which I put my books.
    2) This is the lake of which I have a photo.
    3. This is the box in which I keep my jewelry.

    Do you see a pattern here?

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    Smile Re: help

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    1) This is the table on which I put my books.
    2) This is the lake of which I have a photo.
    3. This is the box in which I keep my jewelry.

    Do you see a pattern here?
    Please, dear user, hope you don't mind I am using your thread to ask:

    Is it possible to read?

    This is the table which/where/that/<omited>/ I put by books on.
    This is the lake that/<omitted>/ I have a photo of.
    This is the box which/where/that/<omited>/ I keep my jewelry in.

    Many thanks

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    Re: help

    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    Please, dear user, hope you don't mind I am using your thread to ask:

    Is it possible to read?

    This is the table which/where/that/<omited>/ I put by books on.
    This is the lake that/<omitted>/ I have a photo of.
    This is the box which/where/that/<omited>/ I keep my jewelry in.

    Many thanks
    Yes it is possible. That is the pattern I was hoping the OP would notice.

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