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Subject: Writing

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When should one use "that" vs "which?"

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One should use "that" when one is dealing with a restrictive clause. In other words, use "that" when understanding the noun depends on the clause following "that." One should use "Which" when dealing with a non-restrictive clause; Use "which" when understanding the noun is not dependent on the group of words following "which." Also, commas should be used to separate a non-dependent clause from the rest of the sentence.

Subject: Philosophy

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1) In Plato's "allegory of the cave" what does the sun represent? 2) What philosopher wrote (in Latin) "Cogito, ergo sum" and what dose it mean? 3) What are three major ethical theories?

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1) The sun represents "the good" illuminating the forms. 2) René Descartes wrote this phrase and it means "I think therefore I am." 3) Utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics are three major ethical theories.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What are three common English idioms and how are they used?

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1) That is a piece of cake. This Idiom indicates that something is easy. 2) It is raining cats and dogs. This idiom means that it is raining heavily. 3) We can kill two birds with one stone. This idiom describes a scenario where two goals can be accomplished through one action.

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