SAT Writing and Language Drill 4.6 Conventions of Usage

"Which" can be a tricky word. If you're still confusing watch the SAT Writing video - it'll help you out.

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are different intonation Founders be excluded those for which no

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authoritative image could be found or created And you got

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it Okay well what does that mean for us For

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which look good to you Is this a witch of

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that Of whom Or a water Which was who All

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right we're thinking well those poor anonymous people because while

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the relative pronoun should be referring to people we know

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we can choose between who or whom And we got

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a problem So ain't a because the people also happened

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to serve as the object in the sentence Well they

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received the action of the verb Yeah so we know

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that we need to choose whom so that's it The

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answer is c all right well just for keeps here

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which they would be correct those referred to physical things

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rather than people Or maybe there were robots you know

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not humanoid enough The construction for that And be there

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when referring back to a pro known isn't used in

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english Yeah try your russian Maybe that works even if

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it were while putting that so close to those makes

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the sentence vague and confusing who be right there The

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relative pronin used for subjects not objects as in we

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want to know who's smart You are that's who at

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least we hope so This we hope you made you 00:01:26.811 --> [endTime] smarter