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    a question

    Can ''that of" be omitted in this sentence?

    In 1910, thanks to its unsurpassed working ability, the breed(rottweiler) was officially recognized as that of a working dog.

    If not, what's its function in this sentence.

    thanks in advance.

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    Re: a question

    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Men View Post
    Can ''that of" be omitted in this sentence? yes

    In 1910, thanks to its unsurpassed working ability, the breed(rottweiler) was officially recognized as that of a working dog.

    If not, what's its function in this sentence.

    thanks in advance.
    2006

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