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Could you please tell me the correct usage of Pre. + noun clause...e.g.
I will talk to the person who you will send; OR,
I will talk who you will send.
I will think about what you said; or,
I will think what you said.
Which one is grammatically correct and why?
thak you engee30 for your answer; but I try to understand whether I have to use Preposition before every noun clause..e.g.
You should talk to who wins; or,
you should talk who wins
do i have to use preposition before a noun clause?
What I meant by intrinsic to the verb is this:
[they go together, the verb and the preposition when used before an object]
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