"it seems that more effort should be made to develop students' positive attitudes towards those around them."
what i want to ask is, what is the "those" in the sentence above equivalent to ?
is that equivalent to "those people who are" ??
thank you for time ^^
It is equivalent to "those students who are"
In such cases, you usually have the right to omit the congunction e.g.
The man whom I met = The man I met
It doesn't have to be resticted to students- it coulkd include other people. In an educational context, staff would be included in this, IMO.
Yes sir you are quite right. I will keep that in my mind,
Thanks a lot
I'm a teacher- it came naturally to me.
that means i am right @@??