Which sentence is correct?
Which sentence is correct? This is for the bride "that" loves chocolate or This is for the bride "who" loves chocolate?
As far as I know, 'who' is a relative pronoun referring to a human being, so 'The bride who loves chocolate' must be correct.
'The machine that makes chocolate' - you'd never say 'The machine who makes chocolate'.
They are both grammatically acceptable, but I would go with, who, it reads better; and also for the reasons given by, camio.
Alternatively, change the sentence around:
This is for the chocolate-loving bride
I think both sentences are incorrect. but second one may be correct.
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