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  • dana1manolescu

    Hi David,
    Your explanation about relative pronouns is very helpful indeed. I would like to ask if the phrase below is correct:
    They should give the money to somebody who they think needs the treatment most.

    I am a little confused. Isn't better to say
    They should give the money to somebody (who) TO WHOM they think needs the treatment most.?
    The question is posted in the topic as well.
    Thank you in advance!

    August 11
    • dana1manolescu
      dana1manolescu
      I also found this phrase:
      "To make it clear WHICH person and thing we're talking about" Why do they use which in here?
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    Your willingness to share knowledge has definitely been noticed.
    July 31