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Those boys chatting #1 (permalink) Sun Jul 10, 2016 8:12 am   Those boys chatting
 

1a. Those boys chatting are my children.
1b. Those boys, who are chatting, are my children.
1c. Those chatting boys are my children.
2a. The boys frightened came into the room.
2b. The boys, who were frightened, came into the room.
2c. The frightened boys came into the room.
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Those boys chatting #2 (permalink) Sun Jul 10, 2016 8:36 am   Those boys chatting
 

1a. Those boys chatting are my children.
1b. Those boys who are chatting are my children.
1c. Those chatting boys are my children.
2a. The boys, frightened, came into the room.
2b. The boys who were frightened came into the room.
2c. The frightened boys came into the room.
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