Is it necessary to mention "that" in this sentence?
(Please feel free to contact me if there is any other clarification "that" might be needed)
In your above sentence, "that" is necessary otherwise it will be grammatically incorrect. If you want to avoid adding "that", you can write it as:-(Please feel free to contact me if there is any other clarification "that" might be needed)
"Please free to contact me should any other clarification be needed/required."
Additionally, if that functions as a conjunction, you can omit it if you'd like:Originally Posted by hsamkari
EX: I said that we have a car. (Subject-Verb THAT Subject-Verb) SAME
EX: I said we have a car. (Subject-Verb = Subject-Verb)
If that doesn't join two identical elements, you shouldn't omit it:
EX: . . . clarification that might be . . . (Noun THAT Verb) DIFFERENT
EX: *. . . clarification might be . . . ungrammatical
EX: I want that book. (Subject-Verb THAT Object) DIFFERENT
EX: *I want book. ungrammatical