a country which I like <and> <that I> visited

Discussion in 'English Only' started by kansi, Aug 28, 2018.

  1. kansi

    kansi Senior Member

    what's the difference between these two sentences in meaning?

    ・this is a country which I like and visited last year.

    ・this is a country which I
    l like that I visited last year.

    ..thank you in advance.
  2. se16teddy

    se16teddy Senior Member

    London but from Yorkshire
    English - England
    They are both a bit odd. Also, the second is ambiguous: It could mean I like that I visited a country last year, and this is it.
  3. Chez Senior Member

    English English
    More likely might be:

    This is a country I like and which/that I visited last year.

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