THE ONE(S) THAT + clause

THE ONE(S) THAT + clause

Point 114 in the category of PRONOUNS/substitution is defined as:

‘The one(s) that’ + clause in subject position, for focus.

An iWeb search for:

. The one|ones that _VV

1 . THE ONE THAT COMES 150
2 . THE ONES THAT COME 113
3 . THE ONE THAT MAKES 93
4 . THE ONE THAT CAME 88
5 . THE ONE THAT STANDS 86
6 . THE ONE THAT GOT 69
7 . THE ONES THAT MAKE 68
8 . THE ONE THAT SAYS 68
9 . THE ONE THAT CAUGHT 57
10 . THE ONE THAT GETS 57
11 . THE ONES THAT GET 53
12 . THE ONE THAT STICKS 53
13 . THE ONE THAT SEEMS 51
14 . THE ONES THAT CAME 49
15 . THE ONE THAT LOOKS 48
16 . THE ONES THAT GO 44
17 . THE ONE THAT STOOD 44
18 . THE ONE THAT WORKED 41
19 . THE ONE THAT WORKS 39
20 . THE ONES THAT SAY 37
21 . THE ONES THAT WORK 35
22 . THE ONE THAT MADE 35
23 . THE ONE THAT GOES 33
24 . THE ONES THAT LOOK 32
25 . THE ONES THAT SEEM 32
26 . THE ONES THAT STAND 31
27 . THE ONES THAT MADE 31
28 . THE ONE THAT GIVES 29


29 . THE ONES THAT SURVIVE 27

The ones that best fit the data are the ones that survive to this day.

 

 


30 . THE ONES THAT TAKE 26
31 . THE ONES THAT APPEAR 24
32 . THE ONES THAT WANT 23
33 . THE ONES THAT NEED 23
34 . THE ONE THAT STARTED 22
35 . THE ONE THAT STUCK 22
36 . THE ONES THAT SUCCEED 21
37 . THE ONES THAT USE 21
38 . THE ONES THAT REMAIN 19
39 . THE ONE THAT SEEMED 18
40 . THE ONES THAT STAY 17
41 . THE ONES THAT GIVE 17
42 . THE ONES THAT KEEP 17
43 . THE ONES THAT GOT 17
44 . THE ONE THAT SHOWS 16
45 . THE ONES THAT KNOW 16
46 . THE ONES THAT REQUIRE 15
47 . THE ONE THAT TOOK 15
48 . THE ONES THAT WENT 14
49 . THE ONES THAT SHOW 14
50 . THE ONES THAT SURVIVED 13


B1 vocabulary:

appear, remain, require, seem, seemed, seems, sticks, stuck, succeed

B2:
survive, survived

 

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