"which is why" is a phrase you would hear used in a basis of justification. Here's an example: John wrecked his new car, which is why, we decided to drive mine on vacation. The better term might be "that is why". It's another way of saying: Because John wrecked his new car, we decided to drive mine on vacation. I hope this helps. Thanks. WB
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