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    #1

    About reducing relative clause.

    Hi!
    My grandmother, who is old and sick, never goes out of the house.
    1- My grandmother, old and sick, never goes out of the house.
    2- My grandmother, being old and sick, never goes out of the house.
    Which is correct, please?

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    #2

    Re: About reducing relative clause.

    Both are OK. The second reads better to me.

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