This is the place to post questions and discussions on usage and style. The members of the Wordwizard Clubhouse will also often be able to help you to formulate that difficult letter.
a. They were all teachers who went there.
1. All those who went there were teachers.
b. They were all tall who were hired.
2. All those who were hired were tall.
Can (a) and (b) be used instead of (1) and (2) respectively?
Yes, although they are a little more unusual.
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