Student or Learner
The town I grew up in is beautiful.
In this sentence, I must add "which" after "town" to make it correct, right?
I know when a relative like "which" and "that" represents the object, it can be left out.
But in that sentence, the "which" is not an object of the verb "grew." (I presume....)
..I grew up in the town...
"in the town" is just an adverb of place that serves as subject complement.
Am I correct about this? Because I'm not so sure if the relative after a preposition can be seen as an object and thus can be left out.