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Which word replaces "which" in "one of which" in this sentence? ( clause or sentences )

Complex sentences are sentences which have more than one clause, at least one of which will be a main clause

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The antecedent of the relative pronoun which is the noun phrase more than one clause, and hence the sentence means

Complex sentences are sentences which have more than one clause; at least one of these clauses will be a main clause.

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  • One could say that the antecedent is the noun phrase "more than one clause".
    – BillJ
    Apr 11 at 7:32
  • Thanks, @BillJ. I have edited my answer. Apr 11 at 8:23

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