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Does this sentence make sense: I believe your friend will certainly enjoy staying in your house where I remember is always tastefully arranged by you.
Is the attributive clause used correctly?
Thank you for teaching me.
I believe your friend will certainly enjoy staying in your house, which, I remember, is always tastefully arranged by you.
That might seem like too many commas. But you need the comma after 'house' to introduce a non-restrictive 'which' clause; and you need the commas around the parenthetical "I remember".
'Where' doesn't really work for your sentence. You could write:
He will enjoy staying in the country, where, I remember, it is always sunny.
He will enjoy staying in your house, where, I remember, it is always warm and cozy.
Last edited by Raymott; 01-Sep-2010 at 05:56.