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Hello, everybody

Here are two sentences whereof I can't chose the right one.

1. I have never seen a book that had more than 1280 pages
2. I have never seen a book that has more than 1280 pagas

If neither is correct then how can I fill the gap:
I have never seen a book that ... more than 1280 pages
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Please reassure me: I would call the clause in question a relative clause rather than subordinate. Am I wrong?
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How about "I have never seen a book that have more than 1280 pages "
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Ant_222Hello, everybody Here are two sentences whereof I can't chose the right one. 1. I have never seen a book that had more than 1280 pages 2. I have never seen a book that has more than 1280 pagas If neither is correct then how can I fill the gap: I have never seen a book that ... more than 1280 pages
both has and had, but not have
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PhilipPlease reassure me: I would call the clause in question a relative clause rather than subordinate. Am I wrong?
Hi Philip

all relative clauses are sub clauses
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