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1. A servant who is faithful always serves his master or a servant always serves his master who is faithful. 2. The boy who came here knows me. or the boy knows me who came here. 3. only such boys are wanted as can spake fluently. or only such boys as can spake fluently are wanted. among the sentences above, which one is more natural. please explain it grammatically. i do not understand adjective clauses clearly.
1- A servant
2- Always serves
3- His master
4- Who is faithful
You don't know where to put "who is faithful", no. 4.
Question: Indranil ! Does no.4 says something about servant or master?
Are you talking about a "faithful servant" or a "faithful master"?
Answer these questions and I will tell you more.
Last edited by Khosro; 01-Feb-2011 at 15:00.