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AND WITH THE RELATIVE




Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.

Never use and with the relative in this manner: "That is the dog I
meant and which I know is of pure breed." This is an error quite
common. The use of and is permissible when there is a parallel relative
in the preceding sentence or clause. Thus: "There is the dog which I
meant and which I know is of pure breed" is quite correct.




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