Some Expressions About “Room”

I used to share a room with my brother/sister when I was young. (share a room)

My uncle has a large house. He lets out one of the rooms to a student. (let out rooms)

Helen promised that she would tidy her room, but she left it in a mess as usual. (tidy your room)

If Martin decides to stay the night, he can sleep in the spare room.

I'd like to book a double / single / twin room.

The seats in the waiting room are hard and very uncomfortable.

Different rooms: the bedroom, the living room / the sitting room, the dining room, the bathroom.

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