jen
A FATHER WHO DOES NOT WITHOLD ANY GOOD THINGS FROM US. IS THIS RIGHT?
Jun 18, 2010 1:25 PM
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"A father who does not withhold any good things from us" is right, but it's not finished. To make it a sentence by itself, try "A father does not withhold any good things from us." Or you could say something else about the father- "A father who does not withhold any good things from us" + a verb phrase like "is our favorite," "doesn't make mother worry," or "will probably spoil us rotten."
June 18, 2010
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