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The man says, "Who is blind & deaf like my servant? Who is so obedient to me like him? There's no one like him"
So when I write the following, is it correct??
"The man here speaks of a blind, deaf & obedient servant like whom is no one else"
Is the above interpretation correct? Or is there a simpler one?
Thanks in advance
If we forget about the meaning of this sentence, is it gramatical?
Shouldn't we rewrite the italicised part as like whom no one else is?The man here speaks of a blind, deaf & obedient servant like whom is no one else
It`s overly wordy.... `like no other.`
Thanks to all of you!! Been a great help!!