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I want to talk about my colleagues in the office, and I want to start with this kind of sentence "Talking about my office, there are people whom I feel comfortable with, while there are some whom I don't. " And I have following questions:
1) Grammatically speaking, is this sentence correct?
2) For "..I feel comfortable with", is it also correct to omit "to be"? I mean "...I feel comfortable to be with" in this sentence.
3) Are there any alternatives to what I want to express? Cause I think it sounds somewhat clumsy and unnatural.
Hope someone can answer my questions one by one. Thanks
Indeed, I have two new questions regarding the last reply:
1) Why "there are people whom I feel comfortable with" is incorrect? I mean the position of "with" here.
2) Why "there are people whom I feel comfortable to be with" is incorrect? Because we always say "I feel comfortable to be with you."
Thanks a lot.
I get what you meant.