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    #1

    a building which has/with/ of 30 floors

    1. I live in a building which has 30 floors.
    2. I live in a building with 30 floors.
    3. I live in a building of 30 floors.
    4. I live on the 10th floor of a building which has 30 floors.
    5. I live on the 10th floor of a building with 30 floors.
    6. I live on the 10th floor of a building of 30 floors.

    I was wondering if the above sentences are correct?

    Thanks.

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    Re: a building which has/with/ of 30 floors

    Yes, but 3 & 6 sound a bit more formal than the others to me. You could also use I live in a thirty-floor building.

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