Posted by rfvv on .
1. He has a house. + He lives in the house.
2. He has a house which he lives in.
3. He has a house to live in.
4. He has a house. + He can live in the house.
5. He has a house which he can live in.
6. He has a house to live in.
(Are they correct? Does #3 or #6 mean #2 or #5?)
Yes, well done.
1-3 are correct; they all mean that he has a house and he lives there.
4-6 are correct; they all mean that he has a house and is able to live there if he wants.
5 and 6 obviously have identical wording, so what each one means would have to come from the sentences around it.