Correct Usage of The Conjunction THAT



Correct Usage of The Conjunction THAT :



THAT : Correct Usage of The Conjunctions

This Conjunction should never be used before a sentence in Direct Narration.

This Conjunction should never be used before Interrogative Adverbs or Pronouns in Indirect Narration.

1. He said that 'I shall soon be there'. (Incorrect)
2. He said, 'I shall soon be there.'(Correct)

1. He asked that how long you would be absent. (Incorrect)
2. He asked how long you would be absent. (Correct)

1. Tell me that whether you will return soon. (Incorrect)
2. Tell me whether you will return soon. (Correct)

1. I wish to know that how much this book will cost. (Incorrect)
2. I wish to know how much this book will cost. (Correct)



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