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Hiya!

In that sentence, sulfurous cloud that no stomach can tolerate for long.

that no stomach can tolerate for long is a relative clause, and that refere to cloud. But in that clause, is that (cloud) is the direct object? what the stomach can tolerate? the cloud?

Thank for your hepl!!!
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DG, this is not a full sentence so it is hard fo me to figure out what is what. Emotion: smile

sulfurous cloud that no stomach can tolerate for long. ---- that modifies" sulfurous cloud". To answer your other questions, you should give us the full sentence.
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hello!

Thanks for your reply.
I need to find a an adjectival clause in the text where the pronoun is the object of the clause.

Here is the whole sentence :

Piping up here and there, rising out of the basin to form an erosive volcanic fog-called "vog"- are thick-veiled sulufrous clouds that no stomach can tolerate for long.

Thanks for you hepl!
DG, I am too tired right now but I want to answer you too so I will make a brief explanation. When you see a noun and a modifier after it, search for adjective clause somewhere near. I think ..."that no stomach can tolerate for long." is adjective clause here.