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azz
Posted: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 2:50:35 AM
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Can one say
a. This baby loves to pull people's hair. Luckily my head is shaven and I don't have any hair for him to pull.
b. This baby loves to pull people's hair. Luckily my head is shaven and I don't have any hair that he can pull.


c. Their house has many rooms, but all serve a purpose and they don't have a room for me to stay in.
d. Their house has many rooms, but all serve a purpose and they don't have a room that I can stay in.

?

Many thanks.


NKM
Posted: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 8:53:32 AM

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Yes.

The two forms are interchangeable and equally acceptable, though the "for me to …" form is probably more common.

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