Asked • 03/16/19

Alternative way to phrase the relative clause "which I don't find X to be"?

I wrote down the following sentence. But I think it's quite awkward. Besides, Google tells me that the clause *which I don't find him to be* occurs only twice across the internet. >He'll do this if he's smart, which I don't find him to be. I was trying to combine two thoughts into a single sentence. >I don't find him to be smart >He'll do this if he's smart. Is there an alternate way to articulate the thoughts in a single sentence that's more elegant?

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