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This was very clear and concise. Thanks for that! There are many articles on the internet that are only of use to a writer/reader with a certain level of experience, but this one is easy to understand and has value for both the experienced and inexperienced writer/reader. This description will definitely be of use to me when explaining this error to those whose papers I correct.
Articles that change the way we think about overlooked nuances of proper grammar are something I wish to see more of. The topic of which vs. that, which I just recently had a talk about with my English teacher, might not be huge but has a serious impact on the punctuation and our understanding of a sentence's elements. Thank you for this simple, yet excellent article.
Very well put. Amazing article.
A lot of resources that I read on the internet only increased my confusion. Your article, which I read only because I had free time, cleared all the doubts. :P
Or so I hope.
Most of the time I can 'hear' proper grammar but there are a few words that can sound equally correct to my ear. This was a useful resource making this particular word choice easier to correctly hear. Thanks.