Can one say a. The gym has a pool to relax in. (The gym has a pool for people to relax in.) b. In this hotel, they have movies to watch. (In this hotel, they have movies guests can watch.) c. In this establishment, they have CD's to borrow. (In this establishment, they have CD's people can borrow.) d. The holiday camp supervisors have books to read. (The holiday camp supervisors have books that students can read.) if the intended meanings are the ones given in parentheses. ? They sentences are mine. My feeling is that a-c are fine. I have a problem with (d). One gets the impression that the supervisors are going to read the books themselves. But I guess in that context the meaning would be clear. Many thanks.