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"kiun" instead of "kion" as direct object pronoun

kio Das-g mentioned a chapter of PMEG that explains the differences between relative kio and kiu. The subchapter about kio lists four main cases when kio is used. 1. when referring to a correlative ...
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Why is kio correct instead of kion?

Only "kio" is correct here. "kion" would be wrong. "kio" is used as a relative pronoun here, so it's part of the relative clause. While that "kio" refers back ...
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