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"The main protagonist is Jane Doe, daughter of Mrs. Smith, for whom has to be found a suitable husband."
Firstly, I wonder it is Jane Doe or Mrs. Smith the word 'whom' refers to in this sentence. I guess it can be either.
Secondly, does the sentence sound natural? Will it sound more natural if we change the order of the words as follows:
"The main protagonist is Jane Doe, daughter of Mrs. Smith, for whom a suitable husband has to be found ."
Last edited by MadHorse; 18-Feb-2006 at 07:51.
It should refer to Jane Doe.