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Can you please write the sentence below as two separate sentences instead of with relative clause? (But please the sentences still have "no one")


No one who has needed a hospital bed has been denied a hospital bed.

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Tara2Can you please write the sentence below as two separate sentences instead of with relative clause?

Since this is an essential (defining) clause, it is not possible to phrase it in two sentences (with"no one") while preserving the meaning.

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Tara2No one who has needed a hospital bed has been denied a hospital bed.

Sometimes some people have needed a hospital bed. No one among those people has been denied a hospital bed.

CJ

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Many thanks AS!

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CalifJimSometimes some people have needed a hospital bed. No one among those people has been denied a hospital bed.

That is really a contortion! But it works...

One does as one can with the materials available. Emotion: sad

CJ

Many thanks CJ!!!

Can you please write that with "none" too?

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Tara2

Many thanks CJ!!!

Can you please write that with "none" too?

Emotion: tongue tied That contradicts what you wanted:But please the sentences still have "no one". Emotion: surprise

Sometimes some people have needed a hospital bed. None of them has been denied a hospital bed.

CJ