Where should I put ‘missing relative pronoun’ in the following sentence? And which one ‘who/which/that’?
'The really important point is that because he did not invite the one man he certainly should have asked his father was angry.'
NOT A TEACHER
(1) I know that you are going to get some really interesting answers from the teachers.
(2) As for me, I wish to speak and write "perfect" English, so I should write:
... because he did not invite the one man whom he should have asked, his father
(3) I think that some experts would allow (or even prefer) "that."
(4) "Who" is, of course, ridiculous.
(5) "Which" might be acceptable in some Englishes, but hopefully not in American English.
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