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    is "in" necessary?

    hi, is the word in necessary here?
    1. Is there any hotel I can live in?
    2. Is there any hotel I can live?

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    Re: is "in" necessary?

    hi, is the word in necessary here?
    1. Is there any hotel I can live in?
    2. Is there any hotel I can live?
    Yes, 'in' is needed with live. But you should also change 'any' to 'a'.
    Is there a hotel I can live in?
    Or you can make it plural and then use 'any' -
    Are there any hotels I can live in?

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