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chenqiyouxian

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Chinese-China
Hi everyone,which one is correct?

I'd like a room which is away from traffic.
I'd like a room which away from traffic.

Thank you very much.:):)
 
  • The first sentence is correct grammatically. (You need the "is" after "which").
    You could leave out the "which" and say "I'd like a room away from traffic".
    However, I would be more inclined to say "I would like a quiet room with no traffic noise, please".
     

    chenqiyouxian

    Member
    Chinese-China
    The first sentence is correct grammatically. (You need the "is" after "which").
    You could leave out the "which" and say "I'd like a room away from traffic".
    However, I would be more inclined to say "I would like a quiet room with no traffic noise, please".
    I have got it,thank you for the explanation.:):)
     
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