Combining 3 sentences: using WHICH or THAT

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ibotenring

Senior Member
Turkish
Hi,
I would like to combine the following 3 sentences as 1 sentence. How shall I connect these sentences?
(I am soory if the sentence is totally wrong in terms of grammar.)
thank you

1.sentence: In the present study, artifical standardized cylindrical hole model was used.
2.sentence: The model consists of three holes.
3.sentence: Each of the holes were 0.5 mm in width and 0.9 mm in depth.


"In the present study, artifical standardized cylindrical hole model THAT consisted of three holes WHICH / THAT were each 0.5 mm in width and 0.9 mm in depth was used."
 
  • Chez

    Senior Member
    English English
    You can use 'that' OR 'which' in both of the instances in this sentence. It is more elegant to use one of each to avoid repetition.

    I'm afraid the meaning of the sentence isn't very clear but I'm not trying to untangle that, just responding to the which/that question.
     
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