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This is my partner whom I love.

  • This is my partner. I love my partner (whom).
Following the same pattern, we can then turn this:

This is one of the sentences that I would like explained.

Into this:

  • This is one of the sentences. I would like explained one of the sentences (that).
1) Does the above work? Or is there something funny about the adjective complement (??) explained that means it needs 'that' earlier in the sentence?

  • This is one of the sentences. I would like one of the sentences (that) explained.
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The bold sentences are fine.
The first transformation is fine.

But,
I would like explained one of the sentences, while grammatical, is not natural or idiomatic.

I would like one of the sentences (that to be) explained. Fine.

You can say, This is one of the sentences to be explained.
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English 1b3This is my partner, whom I love.

  • This is my partner. I love my partner (whom).
Following the same pattern, we can then turn this: [That's the problem. You can't.]

This is one of the sentences that I would like explained.

Into this:

  • This is one of the sentences. I would like explained one of the sentences (that).
1) Does the above work? No.

You've failed to identify the position of the gap formed by the pronomialization process.

This is one of the sentences. I would like [them / (that)] explained.
This is one of the the sentences. I would like ____ explained.

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This is one of the sentences that I would like explained.

CJ
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Thanks, the inclusion of 'that' in my transformations were not there to suggest that they could be inserted as well as the words in italics, but instead of.

Would you say 'explained' is an adjective complement. I think this must explain why the transformation doesn't follow the same transformation as the former sentence.
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After racking my brains, I still can't get your point, CJ. Identifying the gap tells me what?

Obviously there is a point you are making; I'm just once again a tad slow on the uptake...