Can I modify "travelling unattended" with "who travel unattended"?
All airlines offer special services for minors travelling unattended.
All airlines offer special services for minors who travel unattended.
Jan 26, 2016 12:09 AM
Answers · 8
Grammatically, you would say .... who travel unattendedly. But no one says this.
Or .... who travel while unattended. But this is rare also.
So, your slightly ungrammatical form is the most accepted.
January 26, 2016
James answered well. You may indeed use both. However, beware of clauses like "who travel unattended". You can eliminate a word by using the verbal, "travelling unattended".