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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. which (things)
Hay casos en los cuales no tiene sentido operar porque el problema se resuelve por sí solo.There are cases in which it doesn't make sense to operate because the problem sorts itself out.
b. who (people)
Los soldados están a las órdenes de los cabos, los cuales están a su vez a las órdenes de los sargentos.Soldiers are at the corporals' command, who on their turn are at the sergeants' command.
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