activities his class progress will depend on

esperansa

Senior Member
Russian
Hi forum!

Which of the following is correct, please? The examples are mine.
1) The tutor will define a set of tutoring activities his class progress will depend on in learning English.
2) The tutor will define a set of tutoring activities on which his class progress will depend in learning English.
 
  • entangledbank

    Senior Member
    English - South-East England
    Both are correct. It is more natural in speech to leave 'on' at the end, as in 1). Sentence 2) is more appropriate for written English, but it could be said too.
     

    esperansa

    Senior Member
    Russian
    Thanks a lot, Entangledbank.
    Could I use that instead of which? If yes, where may I put that and on in the sentence?
     
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