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1. Please take a picture of the dog that is running.

2. Please take a picture of the dog
running.

(Is #2 correct? In Sentence 2 'that is' is missing.)

  • English -

    Both are correct.

  • English -

    Both sentences are fine. In #2, "running" seems to be used as a present participle modifying "dog."

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    Thank you. What about the following?

    3. Please take a picture of the running dog.
    (Is it grammatical?)

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    Yes. That's a great sentence.

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