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    Default There is one person + I want him to disappear = ?

    There is a person + I want him to disappear = ?

    I want to say this using a relative pronoun.
    What I can think of is "There is a person I want to whom disappear", but I think this is wrong.
    Please tell me the correct way to say it.

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    Default Re: There is one person + I want him to disappear = ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    There is a person + I want him to disappear = ?

    I want to say this using a relative pronoun.
    What I can think of is "There is a person I want to whom disappear", but I think this is wrong.
    Please tell me the correct way to say it.

    "There is a person who I want/would like to disappear."

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