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relative pronouns

i don't understand when can be omitted for relative pronouns

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  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前
    最佳解答

    Relative pronouns can be the SUBJECT or OBJECT of the adjective clause.

    When relative pronouns are the OBJECT of the adj clause, it can be omitted.

    Example #1

    The man was friendly. I met "him".

    You're replacing the the object of the sentence and it's a person, so you must

    choose a relative pronoun---that or whom.

    --------> The man (whom/that) I met was friendly.

    Example #2

    The movie wasn't very good. We saw it last night.

    You're replacing the the object of the sentence and it's a thing, so you must

    choose a relative pronoun---that or which.

    --------->The moive (which/that) we saw wasn't very good.

    Hope you find these examples helpful for you to understand fully about when to omit the relative pronouns.

    參考資料: From my understanding of grammar
  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前

    一樓的海苔,我剛看了你的回答記錄。You S.U.C.K.!!!

  • Joanne
    Lv 6
    1 0 年前

    When you see a complete sentence after the relative pronouns, you can omit it.

    For example, I know the girl (who) you were talking to yesterday.

    You can also say - I know the girl you were talking to yesterday.

    參考資料: myself
  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前

    don't understand when can be omitted for relative pronouns

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