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    help!!! relative clauses

    The new mall established a climate in which high class stores could thrive.


    What are the underlying sentences?
    What type of verb is "thrive"?

    THANK YOU!!!

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    The new mall established a climate in which high class stores could thrive.
    The new mall established a climate which high class stores could thrive in.

    I would call it "preposition-movement" which could be considered an underlying structure.


    Thrive

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