|From:||Eric Christopherson <eric@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, December 15, 1998, 19:20|
Kristian Jensen wrote:
> >who killed him?
> >who killed him, should die?
> The last example sounds highly irregular (if at all acceptable) to
> my ears. I'd say something like "The man who killed him, should
> die." You're last example is used as an imbedded clause and canNOT
> therefore occur by itself.
I agree that it doesn't sound right in English. I would say "The
person who killed him should die" or "Whoever killed him should die."
I wouldn't use a comma in it though.