English

1. Books are expensice.
1-1. Books in general are expensive.
[Is this explanation correct?]

2. The books are expensive.
2-1. The specific books are expensive.
[Is this explanation correct?]

3. The books in this library are expensive.
3-1. All the books in this library are expensive.
[Is this explanation correct?]

4. Books in this library are expensive.
4-1. Some books in this library are expensive.
[Is this explanation correct?]

1. 1 and 3 are correct.

Your explanation for 2 and 4 would be correct f you indicate which books are expensive.
The art books ...
The history books ...
etc.

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