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    Default How would you diagram this?

    Uses for which the capital letter is conventional are personal names and geographic names.



    Agree?
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    Default Re: How would you diagram this?

    Yes, that is clear to me. (I think you forgot the word "and".) When diagramming free-hand, I would prefer to send the dashed line that connects the relative pronoun to its antecedent out around the subordinate clause instead of through it, but that requires a curved line.
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    Default Re: How would you diagram this?

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Antonson View Post
    Yes, that is clear to me. (I think you forgot the word "and".)
    I always forget something. Thanks LF.


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