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    verbs in relative clause

    Please help.

    The boy (who has been sitting at the table all day)is hungry.

    The subject of this sentence is the boy and the main verb is "to be." Is this correct?
    Is the part in parenthesis considered a relative clause?


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    Re: verbs in relative clause

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Please help.

    The boy (who has been sitting at the table all day)is hungry.

    The subject of this sentence is the boy and the main verb is "to be." Is this correct?
    Is the part in parenthesis considered a relative clause?
    You are correct.

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