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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

English: Meaning and Culture

Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

Word choice - Why should I use "ought to"? - English Language

Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

Grammar A–Z | Oxford Dictionaries

Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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Without ‘that’, are the following sentences still proper (as opposed to colloquial) English?

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