Do you know when to use WHAT and when to use WHICH?

Here’s another of my savable, printable, bulletin-board-pinnable infographics. The topic: WHAT vs. WHICH.

Use of these two words when asking questions can be confusing for some folks, which is why I have created a fun way of remembering.

What vs. Which

Bernadette Geyer helps small businesses, entrepreneurs, and creatives expand their reach through clear, concise, and compelling copy in English, so that they can attract more customers with consistent and memorable marketing content. Download her new set of “Quick Sheets”  for tips on how to use your online resources to attract more customers, even if you only have 15 minutes a day to do your online marketing.

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