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Reply Thu 8 Oct, 2020 02:38 pm
Folks,
Is this sentence grammatically correct?

Evidence has been introduced for the purpose of showing that the defendant committed crimes other than that for which he is on trial

I am wondering if "that" in "other than that" can be used to a plural noun.
Thanks!
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Reply Thu 8 Oct, 2020 04:51 pm
"that" as a pronoun refers to an entity of a quantity not enumerated by itself.
The horse that ...
The horses that ...

You used it correctly.
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