Which is correct ?

Hello, there

I’m struggling with this problem :

 1.  He fixed the refrigerator   [b]in which for you to put the beer[/b].

 2.  He fixed the refrigerator   [b]in which to put the beer[/b].

 3.  He fixed the refrigerator   [b]for you to put the beer in[/b].

Which is correct among these ?

Any explanation would be helpful,

TasmanTiger

A relative clause? He fixed the refrigerator in which you put the beer.
He fixed the refrigerator where you put the beer.

Hello, Davy

Which one /ones is / are correct among given examples ?

#1 and #2 are not likely to occur, #1 never. In real life, #3 would not occur either. The speaker would say ‘He fixed the refrigerator to put the beer in’ or ‘He fixed the refrigerator for the beer’.

Hi Mr. Micwawber !

I am still confused .

He fixed the refrigerator for you to put the beer in .

If we diagnosis the sentence -Sub. + verb + Direct object + (with for or to ) + I.O. then infinitive --last preposition --where is the problem ? Is this not correct ? as -

He is not that types of people to be laughed at . here preposition is extreme last -no problem -though definition tells us -'pre ', before the ‘position’ of noun !

Sentence pattern I gave you from TOEFL suggestion book of cliff’s. Pls. suggest me.

[[color=blue]size=18]hi everyone
I am puzzled which one I can use
1=he got hemself stuck up with the wrong people
2=He got himself mixed up with the wrong people.[/size]

He got himself mixed up with the wrong people.

thanks for helpe me

I don’t understand your diagnosis, Minhajquazi, but these sentences are all good and natural:

He fixed the refrigerator for you to put the beer in.
He is not the type of person to be laughed at.
I am not the man you took me for.
I bought the jacket for him to wear on the way in.

etc.