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    #1

    She is the girl who liver here AND WANTS/AND WHO WANTS to open a shop.

    This is not my homework.

    Which of the following is correct and, if the both are correct, is there any difference in meaning?

    1:-She is the girl who lives here and wants to open a shop.

    2:-She is the girl who lives here and who wants to open a shop.


    Thanks in advance.

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    #2

    Re: She is the girl who liver here AND WANTS/AND WHO WANTS to open a shop.

    They are both correct and mean the same.

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