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    Question Which is correct?

    A. He blames me without any reasons, which means that he hates me.


    B. What he blames me without any reasons means that he hates me.


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    Is it able to Replace "A" sentence with "B" sentence?


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    Whether "B" sentence is good or not.

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    Re: Which is correct?

    Sentence B is not grammatical.

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    #3

    Re: Which is correct?

    Would sentence B be grammatical if 'What' was replaced with 'The fact that'?

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    Re: Which is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Seo JIn Su View Post
    A. He blames me without any reasons, which means that he hates me.


    B. What he blames me without any reasons means that he hates me.
    Neither sentence is natural, Seo Jin Su.

    The fact that he's blaming you for something does not mean that he hates you.

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    Please note that a better title would have been He blames me without any reasons.

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