Who is a relative pronoun Other relative pronouns include whom whose which and that

Correct: John was one of the six boys who waited for the bus. Add an independent clause.

Incorrect: Taking public transportation sometimes means putting up with unpleasant situations. Such as waiting in the cold, competing for seats, and missing a stop.

Introductory words like such as, also, and, but, for example, and that is cannot stand alone.

Correct: Taking public transportation sometimes means putting up with unpleasant situations such as waiting in the cold, competing for seats, and missing a stop.

Attach the fragment to the independent clause preceding it.

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