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    #1

    Variations on the Relative Clause

    Hi, teachers. Could we use either a "to-infinitive" or a "for +ing" to replace the following relative clause:

    "We still haven't found the house that her grandmother lived in."

    Thanks for helping.


    • Join Date: Jul 2007
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    #2

    Re: Variations on the Relative Clause

    No I'm afraid not.

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