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Could you please tell me which way to put the relative pronoun correctly.
1. The boy drew pictures of people at the airport who were waiting for their planes.
2. The boy drew pictures of people who were waiting for their planes at the airport.
But is it right that the relative clause would be put after the noun it modifies?
I still don't understand that it is separated by the prepostional phrase is correct in this case.
Could you please explain more?
I think both are correct.
The first stresses that the people were at the airport.
The second stresses that the planes, or more likely the waiting, was at the airport.
Last edited by sarat_106; 13-Jan-2009 at 06:29.