Consider the following sentence I got from github tutorial.
If you’ve made a change that you feel would benefit the community as a whole, you should definitely consider contributing back.
The part that I cannot classify their grammatical position:
you’ve made a change that you feel would benefit the community
- you have made a change
- the change that I feel
- the change that would benefit the community
It looks like there are two subordinate clauses here. It is grammatical?
I don't 100% understand the available answer actually.
I am trying to create another sentence with the same pattern as follows.
- He discovered a small island.
- The island that we live.
- The island that is located in South-East Asia.
So combining all of them becomes
He discovered a small island that we live (is) located in South-East Asia.
(is) probably optional?