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    #1

    relative pronoun

    hai
    I like to know which one is correct
    I am the one who has completed.
    I am the one who have completed.


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    Re: relative pronoun

    Looking at the wording, do you not suspect something?


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    #3

    Re: relative pronoun

    hai
    i had asked a question about relative pronoun
    i.e. i am the person who has done it
    i am the person who have done it.
    but i dont understand your reply.
    so please make me understand


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    #4

    Re: relative pronoun

    I am the one who has completed.

    Mind you, the verb completed is transitive, which means it requires an object;an object that I am missing in your sentence.

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    #5

    Re: relative pronoun

    mind you.


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    Re: relative pronoun


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    #7

    Re: relative pronoun

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    great sense of humour.

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