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    relative proune

    first question
    What is the difference with that , which and who?


    I have a friend that Mike likes to hug

    I have a friend which Mike likes to hug

    I have a friend who Mike likes to hug

    second question.
    What is the difference if I choose not to use relative pronoun? Is it still okay?
    Then, when is it okay not to use it and not?

    I have a friend that Mike likes to hug
    I have a friend Mike likes to hug


    third question
    What if I use -ing? s the meaning difference?

    I have a cat living in a pink house
    I have a cat that lives in a pink house


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    Re: relative proune

    you have 2 use relative pronoun.
    all d 3 sent. are wrong .
    correct is: i have a friend WHOM mike likes to hug.
    which, that is used 4 inanimate things.
    i have a pen which mike likes

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    Re: relative proune

    Quote Originally Posted by deepaktamoli View Post
    you have 2 use relative pronoun. Says who?
    all d 3 sent. are wrong . What does this mean? Please write in English. If you are not a teacher, say so.
    correct is: i have a friend WHOM mike likes to hug.
    which, that is used 4 inanimate things. If this means what I think it means, you're wrong.
    i have a pen which mike likes


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