Interested in Language
My students wrote the sentences below on their test sheet.
I think the former one is right, but the letter one seems wrong.
I need some theoretical explanation for my students.
Please tell me the reason why.
1. He is a climber from USA who can't move the lower half of his body.
2. He is a climber who can't move the lower half of his body from USA.
Welcome to the forum.
When you say "my students", do you mean that you are their teacher?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.