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Are these sentences correct:
1-It was my car which was stolen, not John's.
2-It was my house at which we held the party, not John's.
 

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They look fine to me.;-)
 

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navi tasan said:
Are these sentences correct:
1-It was my car which was stolen, not John's.
2-It was my house at which we held the party, not John's.

See my comments on a related thread. :wink:
 

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Thanks Mike.

I have seen them. Î didn't intend to post the same question twice, but when I posted this first version, it did not appear on the list. I thought it had got lost in the cyber-space (or had ended up in cyber-nowhere), so I posted it again, and while I was at it, added a couple of sentences.
 

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navi tasan said:
Thanks Mike.

I have seen them. Î didn't intend to post the same question twice, but when I posted this first version, it did not appear on the list. I thought it had got lost in the cyber-space (or had ended up in cyber-nowhere), so I posted it again, and while I was at it, added a couple of sentences.

You're welcome. The time lag varies considerably here, probably due to changes in traffic. :wink:
 
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