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Is it possible tu use "that" in non-defining relative clauses?? yes/no why??
Thanks a lot!
Why would you want to?
The simple answer is, yes, if you wish to use incorrect grammar.
The trouble is, the use of 'that' in a non-defining relative clause will stick out like a sore thumb - far more than using 'which' with a defining relative clause, because the use of 'which' instead of 'that' is a common mistake!
Last edited by David L.; 07-Apr-2009 at 03:47.