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The course is for anyone who is interested in learning about computers.

Is there an error in the above sentence formation?

Or can we just say:

The course is for anyone interested in learning about computers.

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Yes, you can just say The course is for anyone interested in learning about computers, but you can also place who is between anyone and interested.

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Thankyou Barrie... – Manjari Oct 15 '11 at 14:52
    
I hope it helps. – Barrie England Oct 15 '11 at 14:56

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