Clarifying a few things in my lay language. For the full jargon, go to the links.
In short, the meaning of a sentence will not change if you remove the part of which, but it will change if you remove that. Example:
- My car that is blue goes very fast.
- My car, which is blue, goes very fast.
The first one talks of a specific car and makes that portion very necessary. The second does not.
Try not to use that after a comma because it will most likely be incorrect, like the examples below:
- This computer, that I have never liked, is very slow.
- The blue desk, that my father gave me.
For American speakers of English, the question is irrelevant. Americans say among.
It’s = It is
Its = anytime you cannot use it is
Hers = Example: Is this his or hers.
Her’s = No such usage, ever.
Fewer vs. Less or Much vs. Many
Fewer = anything that can be counted. Same for many.
Less = cannot be counted. Same for much.
And you can start a sentence with conjunctions.
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