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    Pronoun?

    Is the following sentence grammatically correct - i wonder if there should be a pronoun (HE) between the words SO and KNEW

    "It was written by Lewis, a journalist who had spent a lot of time in London, so knew what he was talking about"


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    Re: Pronoun?

    "It was written by Lewis, a journalist who had spent a lot of time in London, and so knew what he was talking about."

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    Re: Pronoun?

    Or

    It was written by Lewis, a journalist who, having spent a lot of time in London, knew what he was talking about.

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