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58 22. This Laverda is one of the hottest gadgets you have ever seen Relative pronouns The following applies not only to work: the references have to be right. This also applies to grammar. But what does the relative pronoun, device or one refer to in a term like one of the hottest devices you've ever seen? This becomes immediately clear if you reformulate the whole thing, using a prepositional attribute instead of the genitive attribute: This is one of the hottest devices ... and then goes around: This is one of the hottest devices you have ever seen. In such cases, the relative pronoun always refers to the word in the plural. Of course, this reference remains the same if the genitive attribute is used again instead of the prepositional attribute: This is one of the hottest devices you have ever seen. 23. Enclosure with and without deer Rection with several prepositions It is not uncommon for deer to be kept in an enclosure, where they can also get into the same. The same thing happens even to prepositions. They get in the way of the simple question of whether one is facing one with or without deer. Because with rules the dative: with deer, but without the accusative: without deer. How should deer governed so differently behave? You could of course do justice to both gentlemen: with deer or without deer. That is correct and there is nothing to be said against it, except that such general compliance is punished by a certain inconvenience. More economical would be a hierarchy rule that saved us from duplicating the deer. And there is definitely one: if the rations of two or more prepositions come into conflict, the ruling of the preposition that is closest to the noun prevails: with or without deer. Correspondingly: with or without deer,