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    Default correct the sentence

    PLS tell me whether the sentence below is correct or not.

    1 Let the person speaking know that you are listening to him.

    2 Let the person speaking that know you are listeing to him.

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    Default Re: correct the sentence

    The first one is correct:

    EX: Let the person (who is) speaking know that you are listening to him.

    The underlined portion modifies "the person". The shortened form looks like this,

    EX: Let the person know that. . . .

    "that . . . " functions as the object of the verb "know".

    All the best,

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