I have a question.
thatCan i use relative clauses twice (which, who etc.) in one sentence? Forspaceexample, can i write like this in my academic essayno space: The line graph which is given below illustrates the quantit yies of three spreads (margarine etc.) which were consumed over 26 years between 1981 and 2007.,
The point i am trying to make is: can i use "which" and then "who","where" or else "that" two times? Or can i use them more than 2 times in one sentence? I
sDoes that make sense grammatically?
Thank you for your help
Welcome to the forum, jammyfellow.
The short answer to your question is: yes, you can. Note the corrections I have made to your post.
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