Is this sentence grammatically correct ?
My sister that has long hair is a teacher in a school.
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
not that for a person, who.
My sister, who has long hair, is a teacher in a school
- JASONLv 61 month ago
You might use that when speaking informally, when words come out sometimes before you consider the correct order, but I wouldn't write that. I'd say, my sister is a teacher, and she has long hair. Or my sister is a teacher, she's the one with long hair.
- busterwasmycatLv 71 month ago
should be who instead of that, and as written, it is ambiguous. Do you mean your sister, who has (happens to have) long hair, is a teacher, or do you mean your long-haired sister is a teacher?
- catwhisperer07Lv 61 month ago
My long haired sister is a school teacher.