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    "The reason why/that I like him is that he is kind."

    "The reason why/that I like him is that he is kind."

    Are the two sentences correct? Or how to modify them?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: "The reason why/that I like him is that he is kind."

    Quote Originally Posted by Hiya Raymond View Post
    "The reason why/that I like him is that he is kind."

    Are the two sentences correct? Or how to modify them?

    Thanks a lot!
    "I like him because he is kind" is much more natural.

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