• I want to find a car which is white in a house which is red.
  • I want to find a white car in a red house.

Are two sentences above the same meaning?



a car which is white = a white car

a house which is red = a red house

other possibilities include

a car of the color white / a house of the color red

a car that is white / a house that is red

a white-colored car / a red-colored house

  • Wow! I just know the way of relative-pronoun and adjective. I saw the others you provided I like and I learned it now. Thanks.
    – scott1028
    Nov 14 '19 at 8:37

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