"Who have lost its memory" and "with no memory", what's different between these two?
Note that it should be "who has/who's lost its memory" and not "who have lost its memory." There are no differences in meaning between the two phrases, they are simply different methods to express the same idea, with different grammatical patterns. You can choose to use either in this sentence, but note that the grammar must stay consistent. Ex: You're a talking Pikachu with no memories, who's addicted to caffeine. = You're a talking Pikachu who's lost its memory and is addicted to caffeine.
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