Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Room"

The meaning of "Room" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Just getting my room together mean?
A: 'Just cleaning my room'
Q: What does Spare room mean?
A: An extra room that you don't use on a day to day basis. You might have guests stay in your spare room
Q: What does room full mean?
A: 客滿了
Q: What does a room stylist for a day. mean?
A: 「for a day」って一日(すべて)だけroom stylistのふりをすると言うことです
Q: What does I will be in our room. mean?
A: It implies that they'll go back to your room and wait for you there.

Another example.

"Let's go swimming!"

"Ah, just give me a couple minutes. I have some stuff to take care of."

"Alright, I'll be in the pool when you're ready!"

Example sentences using "Room"

Q: Please show me example sentences with when I try to clean my room, it ends up dirtier.

i don't know if that phrase is correct , but i don't undertan the "up "

if someone can explain to me ....
A: The phrase is correct and it sounds clear when you speak it too :)

"Ends up" means without trying to make it this way, something happens.

In your sentence, it means "When I try to clean my room, somehow the room is dirtier after I try to clean it than before I started cleaning it"

Another example: "I want to be a good artist. I can do a good sketch, but as soon as I try to colour it in, I end up messing it up". It means that you don't try to ruin it, but it gets ruined when you colour it

"I wanted to make brownies, but the oven wasn't working properly and they didn't cook all the way through. I really wanted them to be a firmer, but they ended up tasting okay anyway". It means that things didn't happen as you wanted them to, but the result was okay despite things not happening as you planned them
Q: Please show me example sentences with make room for .
A: "Make room for the old lady on the bus."
"Could you make room for my bags?" (See: To save a spot)
Q: Please show me example sentences with sitting room.
A: The term is not used very much anymore, but a "sitting room" was traditionally a room apart from the living room with more comfortable chairs meant for relaxing. People don't use the term very much anymore and it is common to have a living room and not have a sitting room.
Q: Please show me example sentences with What's in your room?.
A: yes sure! when you ask "what is in your room?" you want to know what is inside the person's room, like what furnitures, pictures, etc (things in general)
when you ask "what's your room like?" you mean the same as when you ask "what does your room looks like"; when you ask that you want to know how it is in general: not only which furnitures and things the person have but also the color of the walls, the type of environment it has (if it is a girly room, a dark room etc) and other things. do you get it? sorry if it's not clear
Q: Please show me example sentences with any room vocabulary(chair,couch,drawer etc).
A: I sat on the couch.
My sister picked up the chair.
He opened up the drawer.
She turned off the lamp.
My bed is very uncomfortable.
I ate dinner on my new table.

Synonyms of "Room" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between the room contained the treasures. and the room containing the treasures. ?
A: "The room contained the treasures" - This implies it's past tense and the room may not contain the treasures anymore.

"The room containing the treasures" - This implies it's present tense and the room still contains the treasures.
Q: What is the difference between Would and Could and i would study in my room and i could study in my room ?
A: The difference between those two words is that "would" is the simple past Form from will
"will" means that you want to do it while "could" comes from "can" which also means you have a choice..
e. g. I Would like to go with you?
This means that you want to go with them.
I could come with you.
That means that you leave the other Person a choice if they want company.

That's how I unterstand the words.
I hope I could help you with your question >.<!

Q: What is the difference between This is my room. and Here is my room. ?
A: Hmm..
"This is my room" could be when you're already in your room and showing another person your room.
"Here is my room" could be that you're leading the person to your room and showing the way. So you're not quite inside your room yet.
Q: What is the difference between A key to the room and A key of the room ?
A: A key to the room means a key which opens the door of the room.

A key of the room (sounds a little unnatural) is also a key to open the room, but it seems to be a part of a set of keys from that room? I'm not entirely sure on its usage, but generally, "a key to the room" is more natural. You could also use "the room's key" which is also more natural than "a key of the room"
Q: What is the difference between Room there is no room for the drawer in my room. and Space there is no space for the drawer in my room. ?
A: Nothing. They're interchangeable.

Translations of "Room"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how do you say a room where there is a monitor to show movies?
A: maybe screening room,or just theatre room.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 오늘 방 보러 가도 되나요?(when I am trying to find room rent and want to see the room)
A: "Would I be able to see the room today?"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Mere room ka fan kharab ho gya hai
A: the fan has spoiled of my room
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The room is dark, I want to ( ) a new window.Which word should I use to express ‘build a new window’
A: “Install” also works here
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a room which can not smoke.
A: Non-smoking room.

Other questions about "Room"

Q: How to say free room in hotel using one word?
A: As in there is space inside the hotel still available? If so then the word you are looking for is Vacancy most motels have that sign that says NO VACANCY and when they are full the NO part of the sign lights up. Well when they still had motels that is lol
Q: We don't need any additional room and bed because we are a couple and Mr. XXX XXX is my spouse. Does this sound natural?
A: My husband and I do not require an additional room.
Q: How to call the room where the receptionist work at? Reception room? Welcome room?
A: you can just call it reception
Q: The room warms up to 30 degrees C in the summer. Does this sound natural?
A: That’s fine, but we use Fahrenheit in the US, so if you were talking to an American, you would say 86 degrees.
Q: To clean up my room, I did throw away things which didn't use for a long time. Does this sound natural?
A: To clean up my room, I threw away things that I didn’t use for a long time.

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