A company is singular, not plural.
- Rx Communications is pleased to offer its services.
The same for teams and groups:
- The team is working hard.
- Team members are working on the new project.
That or which – a little grammar
Relative clauses modify the preceding noun. They can be restrictive or non-restrictive.
‘That’ and ‘which’ are relative pronouns.
Use ‘that’ for a restrictive clause – a clause that identifies what or who is being referred to by the preceding noun or pronoun:
- The bicycle that won the race was stolen.
…without the phrase ‘that won the race’ we don’t know which bike was stolen.
Use ‘which’ for a non-restrictive clause – a clause that adds more information about the preceding noun or pronoun, but is not essential to its identification:
- The winning bicycle, which was green, was made in Germany.
…without the phrase ‘which was green’ we still know which bike was made in Germany.
Its and it’s
Everyone knows this one, but it’s a common error, often arising when typing in a hurry.
its – possessive form of it
it’s – shortened form of ‘it is’
or ‘it has’