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    A girl who there was at hospital or A girl who was at hospital

    1.There was a girl with him.
    2.I remember her.

    In adjective clauses,which are use to describe 'a girl' here,what structure should we use?

    (a) I remember a girl who there was with him. or
    (b) I remember a girl who was with him.

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    Re: A girl who there was at hospital or A girl who was at hospital

    Before we answer any more of your questions, Dinusha, please correct the information in your profile.

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