Re: reduced relative clause: -ing form vs. which
Hi again group
Which do you prefer and why:
[a] A custom map is a ZIP file containing the following...
[b] A custom map is a ZIP file which contains the following...
Am I right in thinking that "a" is a âreduced relative clauseâ, which is
incorrect in this particular example?
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