Ex) He is a man who can speak English well.


Ex) He is a man who can speak English well.


1) He is a man. + He can speak English well.


2) He is a man. + And he can speak English well.


Which one is a right full sentence of the example?


I think 1) is the full sentence of it, but some people said to me, "2) is the one"

However, as far as I know, omissions of conjunctions are related to non defining relative clauses, not defining relative clauses. What do you experts think about it? Thank you so much as usual.

asked Sep 13 '12 at 13:38 Hans Contributor

Again you have forgotten to up vote Mr. Jeff. Do not worry about it. I have up voted him.

sanjaySep 13 '12 at 16:14

I saw it now. There is a time difference between here and the USA.

HansSep 13 '12 at 23:43

And Sanjay, who is in India, seems to stay up late at night. Smile.

Jeff PribylSep 14 '12 at 01:28

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