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    newkeenlearner is offline Senior Member
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    if you don't like the way in which communication is going

    I have three questions for you:


    1)Is the definition #8 in the link below equivalent with the underlined verb?
    http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/go

    2)Are these two sentences OK?

    3) can we remove "in which" in these two sentences without spoiling the whole sentence meaning?


    In online relationships, if you don't like the way in which communication is going, you can simply log off.

    In online relationships, if you don't like the direction in which communication is going, you can simply log off.


    Thank you.

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    Re: if you don't like the way in which communication is going

    In BrE, yes, you can remove "in which".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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