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    kat2006 is offline Junior Member
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    the structure of a sentence

    A includes B with C and D being defined.

    when i can't get the sentence right by the meaning A, B, C and D represent respectively, can i get it right by its structure? i have two understandings:

    1) A includes B which have C and D which is being defined.
    2) A includes B, in which C and D are being defined.

    which one is correct?

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Re: the structure of a sentence

    A includes B, with C and D being defined.

    (just add a comma to separate C and D being defined, apart from AB)

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