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  1. wotcha22
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    I like him who lives in New York.

    "I like him who lives in New York."



    I wonder whether a pronoun can be a precedent of a relative pronoun.

    Thank you.

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    Re: I like him who lives in New York.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha22 View Post
    "I like him who lives in New York."



    I wonder whether a pronoun can be a precedent of a relative pronoun.

    Thank you.
    "I like him who lives in New York." This is wrong.

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