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    walk in the arcade

    Is the following sentence acceptable?

    There are special buildingsarcade which people can walk in to escape the rain when it rains.

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    Re: walk in the arcade

    It is to me (if you add an S to 'arcade'). Some teachers would prefer 'arcades in which...'.

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    Re: walk in the arcade

    Are all the buildings arcades?

    If not, then how about:

    There are special buildings, including an arcade which people can use to escape the rain.

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