"The manager just told me to say anything that I could think about the city."Someone holds we should add of before about.But I think the original is correct with that clause as an appositive clause of "anything."Am I right?Thank you!
...think of about the city... It all needs to be there.
I still see no appositive.
I can "tell you what I think about the city". I suppose I can even tell you "anything I think about the city", but it makes for a strange sentence.