Asked • 06/20/19

Is this sentence grammatically correct? Adverb clause?

When I got back my test recently, I oddly found that my English teacher thinks that there is an error in the usage of adverbial clauses in > "It seems that moving the body while learning, which forces the learner to concentrate, improves memory." He claimed that *"which"* must come directly after the word it modifies, but I am still not convinced. Could someone kindly point out whether the sentence is grammatically correct or not. Please elaborate.

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Abby K.

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BTW, your use of "oddly" is a bit odd. It sounds like you found it in an odd way. Perhaps you were upside down when you found it or found it in the bottom of your sock drawer? What you mean is that it seemed odd to you. The way you found the comment isn't what's odd; you think the comment is odd.
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