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If there is anything in this world about which I know positively nothing, it is ...

If there is anything in this world about what I know positively nothing, it is ...

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64801965 Is this Are these two sentences correct?

Note above how to ask your question.

CJ

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In ordinary modern English, "which" is correct and "what" seems like an error. My feeling is that you may find instances of this use of "what" in old writing or dialect.

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Thank you for the correction. So may I ask you about these two sentences both correct?

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Thank you for the correction. So may I ask you about these two sentences both correct?

I didn't answer that because it had already been answered.

Briefly, 'which' is fine; 'what' is not correct.

CJ

Please don't mind the cumbersome. I amended that second sentence like this: If there is anything in this world about what I know positively nothing about, it is ...

Is this one OK? Thanks in advance.

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Please don't mind the cumbersome. I amended that second sentence like this: If there is anything in this world about what I know positively nothing about, it is ...

Is this one OK? Thanks in advance.

Which part of my previous statement (shown below) do you not understand?

Briefly, 'which' is fine; 'what' is not correct.

CJ

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