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1- I come from Egypt that has not only muslim citizens but also christian.

2-Since i have graduated , i started my postgraduate study.

3- should any complications turn up , our technicians would have tackled theme.

4-There is a curtain separates the bed from the rest of the rooom.

(please tell me how to explain these ungrammatical sentences)
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Anonymous1- I come from Egypt that has not only muslim citizens but also christian. For the sake of parallelism, it should be: ...Egypt that has not only Muslim, but also Christian citizens.

2-Since i have graduated , i started my postgraduate study. Since I graduated, I have started my post......

3- should any complications turn up , our technicians would have tackled theme. ...our technicians will tackle....(future)

4-There is a curtain separates the bed from the rest of the rooom. ...curtain that separates.....relative pronoun to introduce the clause.

(please tell me how to explain these ungrammatical sentences)
I hope this helps.
thanks sir
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In your first sentence, I'd definitely use which instead of that to introduce the non-defining clause.

1- I come from Egypt, which not only has muslim citizens but also christian.
I prefer "where" since Egypt was the preceeding noun.
Hi Goodman

If where is used, the rest of the clause will need rewording. The verb have will no longer be possible.

1- I come from Egypt, which not only has Muslim citizens but also Christian.
1a- I come from Egypt, where the citizens are not only Muslim but also Christian.
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