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When to use That or Which or Who?

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asked on 20 Jan 2011
Joseph Sheppard Joseph Sheppard
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Do not use which to refer to persons. Use who instead. That, though generally used to refer to things, may be used to refer to a group or class of people.

The player who made the basket at the buzzer was named MVP.

The team that scores the most points in this game will win the tournament.

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