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Answers by Jonathan B.

No... technically. If the teacher allows it, it is much easier (and more contemporary) to do so. You are supposed to reword your sentence in order for that not to happen but what is the fun in that? I would TRY to restructure first

I agree with Rebecca and resound with her conclusion that even though it seems random, that and which are consistent in sentences. Simply, if you are doubting the use of that or which... remember that a "a witch is a ditch". (once you understand that, it'll stick!)

Just as an additional help for the future, remember that the conclusion is as (arguably more) important as the rest of the paper. This what people walk away with! Even though the body of your essay/paper is factual and well written, it is easily forgotten. Don't focus so much time on the body...