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Hi please help me to understand this subject.

Two following sentences are from this video training (or training video)
1 - This is the course which takes 6 months. (It says this is subject)
2 - This is the course which I took. (It says this is object)

Does not both of them refer to the same thing (This) ?

Two following sentences are from my book ( Its name is "interchange")
1 - I like guys who/that are not too serious.(It says this is subject)
2 - I'd prefer someone who/that I can talk to easily. (It says this is object)

How to distinguish that a relative pronouns is object or subject?
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MIG1 - This is the course which takes 6 months. (It says this is subject)2 - This is the course which I took. (It says this is object)
1. The course (subject) takes six months.
2. I took the course (object).
1 - This is the course which takes 6 months. The course takes 6 months. The course is the subject.
2 - This is the course which I took. I took the course. the course is the object

1 - I like guys who/that are not too serious. The guys are not too serious. The guys is the subject.
2 - I'd prefer someone who/that I can talk to easily. I can talk to him/her easily. him/her is the object of 'to'.

CJ
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Thank you fivejedjon and CalifJim.Emotion: smile
I wasn't sure about it.
Thank you.
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Please pardon me for these irrelevant questions.
I have two more question and that's that.

1 ) Dose the question below sound natural (I asked this on yahoo answers before asking my original question in here, but they gave me different answers)?
"Does not both of them refer to the same thing?"

or should I say :

Don't both of them refer the same thing?

2 ) Isn't it better to ask "How I can distinguish"instead of "How to distinguish"?
MIG1 ) Dosethe question below sound natural (I asked this on yahoo answers before asking my original question in here, but they gave me different answers)?"Does not both of them refer to the same thing?"or should I say Emotion: big smileon't both of them refer the same thing?
With 'both', you are talking about two things, so the verb must be 'do'.
MIGhe same thing? 2 ) Isn't it better to ask "How I can distinguish"instead of "How to distinguish"?
Yes.
Thank you fivejedjon.
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MIGDoes not both of them refer to the same thing?
No. This is not natural.
MIGor should I say Don't both of them refer the same thing?
Yes. You should say this one.
MIGHow I can distinguish
No. You forgot to invert. Use this:

How can I distinguish between ... and ...?

CJ
Thank you very much CalifJim.Emotion: smile