[Grammar] in a style that reflects the fashion and trends of today.

sania-baharat

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Is "inside" an adjective here?

Although her building looks picturesquely old, it has a contemporary design inside, in a style that reflects the fashion and trends of today.

Is following correct as well? I think "which" refers to "design". Am I right?

Although her building looks picturesquely old, it has a contemporary design inside, (which is) in a style that reflects the fashion and trends of today.

Source: It was written by a teacher.
 

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Is "inside" an adjective here?

Although her building looks picturesquely old, it has a contemporary design inside, in a style that reflects the fashion and trends of today.

Sometimes it's an adjective or noun. But used that way, it looks like preposition, because it tells you where.


Is the following correct as well? I think "which" refers to "design". Am I right?

Yes.

Although her building looks picturesquely old, it has a contemporary design inside, (which is) in a style that reflects the fashion and trends of today.

Source: It was written by a teacher.

Since I'm not a teacher, let's see what some of our grammar pros say about "inside."
 
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