Most of those questioned refused to answer
In English, we can say
Most of those questioned refused to answer.
(=Most of those who were questioned refused to answer.)
Those present were in favour of change.
(=Those who were present were in favour of change.)
1.Opportunities are for those who are well prepared.
2.Those who are rich can do many things.
3.He only helped those who were aged.
you cannot leave out the red words;but for
He only helped those who were aged between 70 and 90
you can omit the red words.
We should help thosewho are in need
you can ellipt the red words.
I can't think of a general rule why and when these red words can be omitted.
Could anyone help me?
I am studying at university in Hong Kong and major in English.