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How can I formulate this sentences correct?

Singular

  • We do have an employee which is call John Doe.

  • We do have an employee which is called John Doe.

Plural

  • We do have employees, which are call John Doe, Tony Doe, Jane Doe.
  • We do have employees, which are called John Doe, Tony Doe, Jane Doe.

**What do I want to say is, **

  • Singular: ... that we do have a employee which has the name John Doe.
  • Plural: ... that we do have employees, which has the name John Doe, Tony Doe, Jane Doe.
  • You should use "who". – user178049 Jan 9 at 9:49
  • OK thanks for the hint. Does it make any difference between call and called? – Emba Bakar Jan 9 at 9:54
  • It is passive (BE+past participle). So it should be "called". – user178049 Jan 9 at 9:57
  • You should probably edit your post to include why you think the first option could have been possible, because I've never encountered it like that. – M.A.R. Jan 9 at 11:05
  • Sorry, but I don't understand which part pf the sentence mean? Im not sure too, thats why i am asking here. If the correct way is completle different, than I am happy to hear, how to build the sentence. – Emba Bakar Jan 9 at 13:43

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