a question about attributive clause Here is a question: Of course a writer ______ this is misunderstood. (a) who doing (b) that doing (c) that he does (d) that does The right answer is (d). Could anyone tell me why we shouldn't chose (a) or (b)?
Jul 22, 2014 3:10 AM
Answers · 4
Only (d that does) makes sense. If (a) then it should read; 'who does', not who doing. And if (b) then it should read; 'that does', not that doing. Cheers.
July 22, 2014
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