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  1. Anonymous

    it is about relative pronouns

    when do i know when is a relative pronoun optional o required?

  2. Editor,
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    The man who interviewed me was unfriendly.
    The man (who) I saw was unfriendly.

    In the first, the man is the subject, in the second he is the object, which is when it is optional.

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