Always big meaning difference between defining relative clauses and non defining relative clauses?
Do you experts think there is always big meaning difference between defining relative clauses and non defining relative clauses?
Yesterday, I met a girl who lives in NY.
Yesterday, I met a girl, who lives in NY.
I know there can be difference in meaning, but sometimes I cannot see any difference between them.
What do you experts think? Thank you as usual.
Cf. This is the answer I got from one of the experts here and I agreed with her ,but I am not sure now.
Q : The meeting which is scheduled tomorrow is cancelled. The meeting, which is scheduled tomorrow, is cancelled.
A : I see no difference between the two, but to be completely clear you could always write"Tomorrow's meeting is cancelled".
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