What or that?

Peronash

New Member
Chinese
I think American pizza is different from _____ I have tasted in China.

A)what B)that C)the one

which one is correct?

Many thank!
 
  • Chez

    Senior Member
    English English
    Well, I think the only answer is 'what' although it's not a very good sentence.

    I would say ''those'. Or 'the ones' but note that the plural is important.
     

    Linkway

    Senior Member
    British English
    I think American pizza is different from what I have tasted in China. :tick:
    I think American pizza is different from what I tasted in China. :tick:
    I think American pizza is different from the ones I have tasted in China. :tick:
    I think American pizza is different from the one I tasted in China. :tick:
    I think American pizza is different from the pizzas I have tasted in China. :tick:
    I think the pizza I tasted in China was different from American pizza. :tick:

    I agree with Chez that the basic sentence could be improved in various ways.

    For example, if you only tasted one (or a few) pizzas in China, I would prefer to compare the Chinese pizza (very few) with the 'typical' American pizza (many millions!) rather than the other way round.
     
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