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    . . . and on the other hand (he) feels

    Hi,

    - The colonizer on one hand enjoys the privilege of his status and on the other hand (he) feels sorry for the colonized.

    I tried to write such a sentence. I would like to if I can omit 'he' after 'on the other hand' or not.

    Thanks.

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    Re: . . . and on the other hand (he) feels

    You're more likely to hear 'on the one hand'.

    I consider 'he' to be optional in this context.

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