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    Infintive and relative clause

    "He is the first one to win this competition".

    "He is the first one ​who won this competition."

    I think both are same. I'm not sure.
    Last edited by Checkmate; 01-Jan-2015 at 17:44. Reason: Completing my thread.

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    Re: Infintive and relative clause

    To me the first is more natural.

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    Re: Infintive and relative clause

    I agree with Probus, but the second is grammatical.

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