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Which of the following sound correct:

  1. We create a new model which we call the "X" model

Vs.

  1. We create a new model which we call it the "X" model
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    What do you believe "it" in the second sentence provides? – Davo Aug 20 '19 at 16:33
  • @Davo -- Both examples try to combine two statements: "We create a new model." "We call it the X model." The second half of example 2 can stand on its own. – Jasper Aug 20 '19 at 16:37
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    The "it" is unnecessary. I'm not good enough at grammar to explain how, but the second sentence is wrong and the first is right. – Stormblessed Aug 20 '19 at 20:01
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Which of the following sound correct: We create a new model which we call the "X" model Vs. We create a new model which we call it the "X" model


Both sound wrong

We create a new model which we call the "X" model.

create and call do not match,

and is not needed or wanted.

We call is exclusive only you (your group) will call it....... as opposed to it will be called, Its name


We will create a new model, which will be called the "X" model.

or

We have created a new model, which is called the "X" model..


Alternatively change the which for it.

We will create a new model, it will be called the "X" model.

or

We have created a new model, it is called the "X" model

  • No electricity so links not complete – Brad Aug 21 '19 at 5:03

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