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1.Have you ever heard the city (which is)called New York?

Is this grammatically correct? As I am using the relative clause here, can I omit “which is “?

2. A: can you come over tomorrow morning ?
B: yes, I can come over/go over tomorrow morning.

Should I rephrase “come over” to “ go over”?

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1.Have you ever heard the city (which is)called New York?

Is this grammatically correct? As I am using the relative clause here, can I omit “which is “?

2. A: can you come over tomorrow morning ?
B: yes, I can come over/go over tomorrow morning.

Should I rephrase “come over” to “ go over”?
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