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    Default About a clause after a preposition

    Hi!
    I have seen the following sentence
    - Dick was loyal to whoever trusted him.
    IMO, it should be
    - Dick was loyal to anyone who/that trusted him.
    Is it right, please?

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    Default Re: About a clause after a preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by hoangkha View Post
    - Dick was loyal to whoever trusted him.
    - Dick was loyal to anyone who/that trusted him.
    Both are fine.

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