which is correct?
Your attitude which is bad is getting worse than before.
Your attitude,i know bad is getting worse than before.
is it possible to don't use pronoun to present the adjective clause?
Although the first sentence is much better than the second, both sentences need some improvement.
What about sentences such as these:
Your attitude, which was already bad, is getting (even) worse.
Your attitude, which I already knew was bad, is getting (even) worse.