An omission of 'that is'
Hello, experts. I have a question about an omission of 'that is' and I would like to hear your thoughts.
I have some money (that is) saved.
I have some money (that is) left.
Do you agree that 'that is' is omitted?
Thank you for your help and time as usual.
I have some money that is saved. The underlined is an adjective clause because it describes a noun.
I have some money saved. The underlined is an adjective phrase beginning with past participle. Structure is different but they have same meaning.
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