The cat which sleeping under the trees?
The cat which sleeping under the trees is hers.
Is this English sentence grammatically correct, or often used in this way?
- Anonymous2 years agoFavorite Answer
No, your sentence is not correct. For one thing, it should be "that" and not "which"
These are correct --
The cat that is sleeping under the trees is hers.
The cat that was sleeping under the trees is hers.
The cat sleeping under the trees is hers.
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- John PLv 72 years ago
"The cat which is sleeping under the trees" is correct. Many people do use "that" instead of "which" in that sort of circumstance, and that is regarded as normal in modern English.
- Anonymous2 years ago
No, it is not at all correct.
- virtual_cleoLv 72 years ago
Never. The cat who sleeps under the trees is hers. or The cat that sleeps under the trees is hers. or Her cat sleeps under the trees. or The cat sleeping under the trees is hers.
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- RPLv 72 years ago
Eliminate "which" and it will be fine.
- busterwasmycatLv 72 years ago
not correct and I would say never used. You either need to say "the cat sleeping under the tree (did something)" or "The cat which/that was sleeping under the tree (did something )" I'm not going to go into the differences between the uses of which versus that. It isn't really your question.