how to use "being the one who~". I don't understand how to use being the one who~. It seems to me, native speakers often use that when they describe people especially denying. For example what's the difference between below 2 sentences. You often deceive people. You are the one who deceives people. Could you explain how to use "being the one that"?
Jun 20, 2019 6:59 PM
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I am answering the question related to your examples (NOT 'being the one who") "the one who" or "the ones who" subject is (the one who) does something. Plural subject are (the ones who) do something. It is not used more for a negative thing. I could say: Tom: You're so helpful. Jack: No, you're the one who's been so helpful!! --------------- 'the one who" is a replacement for "the person who" "the ones who" replaces "the people who" Our office manager Mary is the person who knows the answer to the question. BECOMES >>>> Our office manager Mary is (would be) the one who knows the answer to that question. --------------- Married women are usually the ones in a marriage who do the most housework.
June 20, 2019
You are the one that/who is being deceiving. (In this moment or recently)
June 20, 2019
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