which I don't know what it is

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navi tasan

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Are these sentences correct:
1-They said I'll have to use an inbuilt extinguisher, which I don't know what it is.
2-They said I'll have to use an inbuilt extinguisher, which I don't know what it is for.
 

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Eek! I'd use 'though I don't know what...' instead. ;-)
 

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navi tasan said:
Are these sentences correct:
1-They said I'll have to use an inbuilt extinguisher, which I don't know what it is.
2-They said I'll have to use an inbuilt extinguisher, which I don't know what it is for.

Also,

...., but I don't know what that is. edit: deleted "I"

:D
 

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Casiopea said:
navi tasan said:
Are these sentences correct:
1-They said I'll have to use an inbuilt extinguisher, which I don't know what it is.
2-They said I'll have to use an inbuilt extinguisher, which I don't know what it is for.

Also,

...., but I don't know what I that is.

:D

Or 'yet' ;-)
 
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