In this sentence: "Женщина, читающая книгу, жила в Москве", could you please tell me which is the correct interpretation?
- "the woman, that is now reading a book (I see her right now doing it), used to live in Moscow (some time ago)." The two actions are on two different time levels
- "The woman that was reading a book (also) lived in Moscow." It's like both actions happen at the same moment and both happen in the past. It's like I'm telling a friend about an encounter I had with this woman, who, at the moment I met her, was reading a book and was also living in Moscow.