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IS CORRECT TO SAY? Hello Often in my tongue (ITALIAN) we tend to use this expression " CON IL QUALE". I do an example: Marco is my friend, CON IL QUALE, i often travel sometimes. I raid, somewhere, "WHICH WHOM". Is correct this translation? THANKS
Jun 23, 2013 2:13 PM
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Forgive my Italian but I think your sentence translates as ' Marco is my friend with whom I often travel sometimes'. A more natural way of saying this would be ' I often travel with my friend Marco' or 'Marco is my friend and sometimes I travel/go travelling with him'.
June 23, 2013
"Is THIS correct to say?"
June 23, 2013
By the way, although the above sentences are correct, they sound a little formal. In spoken English we would be more likely to say 'I often travel with my friend Marco.'
June 23, 2013
Marco is my friend, with whom I often travel. Marco is my friend, with whom I sometimes travel. You cannot use often and sometimes together. Note that there is only one comma in each sentence.
June 23, 2013
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