Re: grammar book says noun clauses can be replaced singular third person pronouns,th
My grammar book says noun clauses can be replaced by singular third person pronouns. If that is so, then are these sentences correct?
Originally Posted by Chhiring
A. Listen to what I am saying.
B. I am not afraid of who you are talking about.
C. I am talking to who you hate most.
[A] is fine.
[B] is possible informally, but I'd use the person/man/woman/etc . Who on its own does not really replace the person who.
[C] does not sound natural to me at all.
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