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    #1

    relative clauses

    Hi,

    -Today's people, who aren't thinking of the future generations, are cruelly polluting the earth.

    My question is can we use this negative sentence as below?

    -Today's people, not thinking of the future generations, are cruelly polluting the earth.

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    #2

    Re: relative clauses

    * Not a teacher

    Yes. It seems fine to me.

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