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A. I have brothers and sisters who are visiting now.

B. I have brothers and sisters visiting now.

Hello Grammar Teacher/Teachers,

1. Are all the sentences grammatically correct,including the question below and this one ?

2. Are the underlined words in the sentence A called Adjective clause and the sentence B Adjective phrase ?

Thank you.

With best wishes.
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Hi,

A. I have brothers and sisters who are visiting now.

B. I have brothers and sisters visiting now.

1. Are all the sentences grammatically correct,including the question below and this one ? Yes, with a few edits as follows..

2. Are the underlined words in the sentence A called an Adjective clause and in the sentence B an Adjective phrase? Yes.
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Hello Grammar Teacher,

I would like to thank you for your edition.However, I could not understand the logic of your edition.

Could you tell me why the words of 'the' were deleted since the two sentences,A and B,were mentioned earlier and the words of 'an ' were inserted

before the proper nouns, Adjective clause and Adjective phrase ?

Are the words of 'an' placed before the proper nouns optional ?

Thank you.

With best wishes.
Hi again,

I could not understand the logic of your edition.

Could you tell me why the words of 'the' were deleted since the two sentences,A and B,were mentioned earlier Because 'sentence A' seems to me like a name.

and the words of 'an ' were inserted before the proper nouns, Adjective clause and Adjective phrase ? Because these phrases don't seem to me like proper nouns. I also intended to delete the capital 'a', but I didn't bother to.

Best wishes, Clive
Emotion: smilei think that a is adjective clause!! because it has who..
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