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Hi Teachers

I want to know whether these sentence are correct and the meaning too

1. There are pictures circulated in internet everyday. (means There are pictures being circulated in internet everyday) Is this sentence passive? even without "by" the doer (e.g by him) would it be understood as "There are pictures circulated in internet everyday"

2. He is the one ( who or that?) causes all the troubles in the house. (some people use "that" but isn't "who" the grammatical one in this context)

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You're right on both counts: (1) it's passive (2) "who" is the grammatical one

You'd say, "on the internet"
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Anewcomer2. He is the one ( who or that?) causes all the troubles in the house. (some people use "that" but isn't "who" the grammatical one in this context)
Both are correct.
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Is it the same as " there are pictures that are circulated on the internet"

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AnewcomerIs it the same as " there are pictures that are circulated on the internet"
Yup! You may (should) omit "that are" if the sentence is perfectly clear without the phrase.
Anewcomer1. There are pictures circulated in internet everyday.
There are pictures circulated on the internet everyday. Can any grammar experts explain why we say "on the internet" instead of "in the internet"?
Anewcomer2. He is the one ( who or that?) causes all the troubles in the house
I like "who", but I think either is considered correct. In a context like this I think you will find "trouble" used more often than "troubles" but both are fairly common.