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    Smile which

    Is it correct to say "which" in this sentence? My confusion is here about using "which" to refer a person.

    Which will win the bingo will have to come on the stage and dance.

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: which

    Use who for
    Who will win the bingo . . .

    The "who" is the subject of the sentence.



    But you can use which as an adjective

    Which person will win the bingo . . .

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    Re: which

    Quote Originally Posted by anamicabhatta View Post
    Is it correct to say "which" in this sentence? My confusion is here about using "which" to refer a person.

    Which will win the bingo will have to come on the stage and dance.

    Thank you.
    Hmh.. I don't like it, don't like it at all...
    Try:

    The one who wins the bingo will have to come on the stage and dance.


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    #4

    Re: which

    How about the sentence below:
    Whoever wins the bingo...

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    #5

    Re: which

    Quote Originally Posted by ramanji View Post
    How about the sentence below:
    Whoever wins the bingo...

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