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    Cool Verb "to see" and using that...

    Is it gramatically right with verb "to see" not to use "that" in the following case:

    - I saw that the two 100Amp breakers have been connected.

    Can we say the same sentence this way:

    - I saw the two 100Amp breakers have been connected.

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    Re: Verb "to see" and using that...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Is it gramatically right with verb "to see" not to use "that" in the following case:

    - I saw that the two 100Amp breakers have been connected.

    Can we say the same sentence this way:

    - I saw the two 100Amp breakers have been connected.
    No. You must leave that in so that the sentence means exactly what you want to say.

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