Muhammad posted:

(It thanked the girl who helped me yesterday.)

Is this ok if I remove the relative clause and say ,( I thanked the girl helping me yesterday.) ?!

Hi, Muhammad,

You need to work on your punctuation. Also, I assume "It" is supposed to be "I."

Yes, you can say, "I thanked the girl helping me yesterday."

You can also say, "I will thank the girl helping me tomorrow."

Nonfinite clauses are tenseless. They can pertain to the past, present, or future.

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