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    #1

    relative pronoun

    1) I have a house whose roof is green.

    2) I have a house of which roof is green.


    Are the both correct?

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    Re: relative pronoun

    1) I have a house whose roof is green.

    2) I have a house of which the roof is green. OK

    Better than either of those:

    'I have a house with a green roof.'

    Rover

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