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    #1

    Question which or in which?

    Where do I put 'which' to combine two sentences? What is the difference between 'in which' and 'which'?

    1. They try to talk, to release their anxiety, which later end with arguing.
    2. Smiling is Anne's habit in which she always demonstrates in her work.
    3. At first, she thinks something is wrong with her health which she describes as bad smell.



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    #2

    Re: which or in which?

    1. They try to talk, to release their anxiety, which later ends with arguing.
    2. Smiling is Anne's habit in which she always demonstrates in her work.
    3. At first, she thinks something is wrong with her health, which she describes as a bad smell.

    1. needs an "s"
    2. is fine
    3. needs a comma, and an article.

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