Mike Cash wrote:
Do you want grammatical corrections? If so, there is always a comma before "which" if you use "that" you don't need a comma.
Please don't tell such bogus misinformation to someone who might take it seriously.
Nice to meet you and thank you for your posting.
I don't really care about being told misinformation because I would tell misinformation to someone as well, of course, not on purpose, by mistake.
Possibly, he just made a mistake as well (??)
Even if someone give me incorrect advice, someone nice would re-correct me just like you did.
I'm here to communicate with people here, not to have my English corrected.
But thank you again, I really appreciate it.
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no he is right...in a way. "Which" always has a comma before when it is used as a conjunction<sp> for two phrases that can be sentences separately.
Hi, datdo san. Thanks for your posting.
What Mike san wanted to say is I don't have to put a comma ALL THE TIME I use "which",
and what you are saying is that I need to put a comma in a certain case.
Is this right?
I\'m Japanese. I\'m trying to help Japanese learners. Feel free to ask me! However, my English might not be good enough. Any corrections to my English are appreciated!