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That which you say is right. [M]
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linked to #178374
What you say is right.
  • Swift
  • Sep 15th 2010, 19:19
linked to #514606
linked to #549409
linked to #601270
linked to #889918
  • duran
  • Mar 16th 2012, 07:13
linked to #1489229
linked to #3581553
linked to #3613709
linked to #3613710
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Sentence #17225

eng
What you say is right.

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Comments

FeuDRenais
Aug 28th 2010, 00:43
Can't you just have both, since they're completely identical in meaning?
Swift
Aug 28th 2010, 00:49
A nice tag would also help.
blay_paul
Aug 28th 2010, 01:23
I don't think the original version was archaic. I think it was an explanation taken out of context from a textbook.

c.f.
(In this sentence which is the subject of is.)
(2) What you say is right (= that, which you say, is right).

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