Dear teachers, I wonder if you can help me figure out a question about grammar on our monthly exam. I hope I can get some information from native English speakers. (I teach Chinese students.) The following are the two questions. 1. Catherine had a violent quarrel with her boyfriend _____ made her feel heartbroken. (A) which (B) who (C) that (D) ,which 2. Jenny received a bunch of roses from her secret admirer ____ put her in an excellent mood. (A) which (B) who (C) that (D) ,which The anwers to these two questions are (D), but I wonder if (B) and (C) are also grammatical or acceptable. Would you please kindly take some time to answer my questions? Thank you very much.
these two are "non-restrictive attributive clauses" so pls Pay attention to the use of commas in the Non-restrictive Attributive Clause. after the comma,"which" represents the sentence before the comma i hope i've solved your problems