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When I want to say something like "they are described as warriors whose success on the battle field evokes the respect of their contemporaries." Can i also say " they are described as warriors whose success on the battle field evokes their respect?
Because i see ' its support' , 'their rescue', its and their being the object of the act of the verb.
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No, it is ambiguous. You need to use at least this: 'evokes the respect they receive'.
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By the way, I wonder if, for my writing practice, 'the object of the act of the verb' that I previously mentioned is understandable.
Thanks for the help.
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'The recipient of the action of the verb' is clearer.
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