1.View the latest books,tools and materials for students which have been added.
2.View the latest books,tools and materials which have been added for students.
Which one above is correct? If correct, why
3.There is a guy in the village who is very good.
4.There is a guy who is very good in the village.
Which one is correct? Explain it grammatically
1. The books, tools and materials have been designed for students.
2. The books, tools and naterials have been added for the benefit of the students.
3. The guy is a very good man.
4. This could mean the same as #3, or it could mean: The guy is very good (=useful) in the village.
Indrani, try to use capital letters correctly.
It makes questions easier to read if you distinguish them from the sentences you are asking about. You could put your sample sentences in italics, as I have done above, or put inverted commas round them.
Also, spacing them out as I have done is helpful.
I am sure you did not intend it, but"Explain it grammatically" sounds very abrupt. "(Could you) explain it grammatically, please." sounds more polite.
Student or Learner