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Message from mohammad51 posted on 28-11-2018 at 12:02:55 (D | E | F)
Please help with this.
I answered this question online
That's the boy ...... I met at the party!
b- - (nothing)
Of course to use ( whom) is not wrong >>> objective pronoun and to leave it clear blank also is correct.
That's the boy I met at the party! correct
But why does the page accept only on ( B)?
If you choose ( whom) then your answer goes wrong.
I think it is because the sentence is exclamation. Isn't it?
Edited by lucile83 on 28-11-2018 17:18
Re: Sentence exclamation/whom from gerondif, posted on 28-11-2018 at 16:47:20 (D | E)
B is right.
As it is a restrictive sentence, maybe the expected missing relative pronoun was that.
All the people that had been questioned by the police were released. The rest are still with the police.
All the people,who had been questioned by the police, were released. They are all free .
That's the boy (that) I was telling you about !
Re: Sentence exclamation/whom from mohammad51, posted on 29-11-2018 at 21:19:05 (D | E)
Many thanks to you gerondif
I think I get it
when the relative pronoun is object it is unnecessary to mention.
If the relative pronoun is a subject it is necessary.
And that's all the story.
I have practiced many questions like my topic last days.
Re: Sentence exclamation/whom from mah, posted on 09-12-2018 at 01:48:02 (D | E)
I think if we say whom is correct, who also is correct , since who is used for both subject and object. So the best one is B. See you
Re: Sentence exclamation/whom from manjuthan, posted on 11-12-2018 at 13:16:40 (D | E)
Exactly. B is correct. No need for a relative pronoun .
Edited by lucile83 on 11-12-2018 13:52
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