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There is no mistaking whose son he is. Many of his father's traits have been carried over to him.

Does the above sound right, especially the bolded part? Thanks.
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Angliholic
There is no mistaking whose son he is. Many of his father's traits have been carried over to him.

Does the above sound right, especially the bolded part? Thanks.
It makes perfectly good sense, but it is a bit awkward. Suggestion: He has many of his father's traits [or] he has inherited many of his father's traits.
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Philip
Angliholic
There is no mistaking whose son he is. Many of his father's traits have been carried over to him.

Does the above sound right, especially the bolded part? Thanks.

It makes perfectly good sense, but it is a bit awkward. Suggestion: He has many of his father's traits [or] he has inherited many of his father's traits.
Thanks, Philip.

Just to make sure, is the following all right?

Many of his father's traits have been inherited by him.
Angliholic
Philip
Angliholic
There is no mistaking whose son he is. Many of his father's traits have been carried over to him.

Does the above sound right, especially the bolded part? Thanks.

It makes perfectly good sense, but it is a bit awkward. Suggestion: He has many of his father's traits [or] he has inherited many of his father's traits.
Thanks, Philip.

Just to make sure, is the following all right?

Many of his father's traits have been inherited by him.
It's perfectly correct, but since there is no need for the passive voice, it seems a bit awkward.
Thanks, Philip.

Roger!
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