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IIl veut visiter le château qui est au milieu de la forêt.
Can we use lequel ?
Still confused with lequel.
Qui is the subject of a subordinate clause.
Lequel is the indirect object of a subordinate clause and is used in conjunction with a preposition.
Anne m'a montré le livre, qui te plaît tant. -- Anne showed me the book, that you like so much.
Anne m'a montré le livre dans lequel le héros s'appelle comme toi. -- Anne showed me the book, in which the hero has the same name as you.
A remark on the side: care must be taken with the preposition de, which sometimes needs the relative pronoun dont and sometimes duquel/de laquelle, but that's a different story...
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