Questions tagged with relative

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Relative pronoun on affirmative sentence
Is it correct to affirm with no interrogation intention whatsoever: "My friends: who my parents think they are". Thank you
relative pronoun affirmative 0 votes, asked Jul 13 by evoluzionefinanziaria
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relative noun verb agreement
[The Egyptians built the pyramids out of giant stone blocks that weight several thousand kilograms each.] weight or weights, which ...
relative pronoun subject verb aggreement 0 votes, asked May 23 by jerry pan
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relative clause vs -ing clause
The man is a teacher. The man lives next door. The man who lives next door is a teacher. It ...
relative clause -ing 0 votes, asked Feb 12 by ming
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Seemingly incomplete sentences
Dear Grammarly Staff/Community, I'm an English teacher who spends a lot of time preparing high school students for the ACT ...
Clauses independent dependent relative verbless +3 votes, asked Jan 22 by
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Comment Relative Clause
I read a book while I was waiting at the airport, which was very boring. The most likely meaning of ...
Comments relative Clauses 0 votes, asked Nov 15 '15 by hyat
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omission of 'which is'/ passive Vs active
What is the part of speech of 'regarded' in "a quality regarded as characteristic of poems"? shouldn't the verb be ...
passive active relative pronoun omission 0 votes, asked Aug 01 '13 by jadehk
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relative clause
If the antecedent of a relative clause is the personal pronoun "you", say, for example, second person singular, should the ...
relative clause pronoun antecedent 0 votes, asked Mar 19 '12 by Marian Babiak
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