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    Re: that are (2)

    Quote Originally Posted by ShirleyLing View Post
    So, the example cited in post #6 (from some newspaper) is error free?
    Yes.

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    Re: that are (2)

    Quote Originally Posted by mykwyner View Post
    When referring to people, we generally use the relative pronoun who. ...five people who are unemployed.
    In BrE, we use both- who is more common in formal language, but in general usage, both are used.

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