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I am not clear on when the word "that" can be omitted in a relative clause. I only know that when the modified noun is the object in the clause, the antecedent "that" can be omitted. Are there any other such situations? How about the following sentence:
Students should be skeptical about everything they are told.
I am not sure whether everything is the object, and if not, whether this sentence is correct.