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Which would you like, tea or coffee?
Which way did they go?
Which of the secretaries did you talk to?
They’re all so pretty – I don’t know which one to choose.
It was either whiskey or vodka – I forget which.
Did he say which hotel he was staying at?
I don’t know which is worse – spending Christmas alone or watching my friends get drunk.
Bogart starred in the film Casablanca, which was made in 1942.
A skilled workforce is essential, which is why our training program is so important.
The search will not begin until dawn, by which time it will probably be too late.
Of course it may rain, in which case we’ll have to hold the ceremony indoors.
I’ve been thinking about those questions which you asked me last week.
It’s a story which every child will enjoy.
the air crash in which Hammarskjöld died
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