Zero relative pronoun

Zero relative pronoun
Опущение относительного местоимения в придаточном относительном
Относительное местоимение в определительном придаточном предложении может быть опущено, если
1) это придаточное ограничительное (defining relative clause)
2) при этом местоимение не является подлежащим придаточного предложения.

Paul is probably the most amazing person I've ever met. — Пол, возможно, самый удивительный человек, которого я когда-либо встречал.

Paul,whom I met yesterday, told me he was going to Glasgow. — Пол, которого я вчера встретил, сказал, что собирается в Глазго.

— Употребление относительных местоимений см. Relative pronouns

— Распространительные и ограничительные придаточные предложения см. Defining and non-defining relative clauses

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