English version

the one(s) who/that

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe one(s) who/thatthe one(s) who/thatthe person or people who I was the one who had been attacked, not Richard. The only ones who will benefit are the shareholders. one
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The only onesThe people were poor. The only ones with a steady income were teachers, storekeepers and local officials.
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