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

The meaning of "Rooms" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The rooms feature period forniture mean?
A: The rooms feature period FURNITURE.

The rooms contain furniture from a particular period in time / from the past
Q: What does All rooms are just $100 a night, subject to availability. mean?
A: It means the price could change depending on the availability. Normally the price will increase when many people need a room, especially on holidays.
Q: What does I was just two rooms down from that room. mean?
A: it means you were 2 rooms away from the room referenced. There Is 2 rooms in between the room you were just at and the room being talked about
Q: What does One of the rooms feels like its own wing. mean?
A: "wing" in this case refers to a large area of a house, usually a multi-level very very large house. "the east wing is by the garden" etc...
So the room feels very very large.

Example sentences using "Rooms"

Q: Please show me example sentences with We have two rooms bla bla bla. I wold like to know the way to use “have& objectives & adjectives..
A:

This sentence is grammatically correct. "ready" in that sentence is called a "postpositive adjective". Postpositive adjectives are often archaic/poetic, but in some situations they are normal to say. "We have two rooms open/available/ready" is an example where it is normal to use a postpositive adjective.

"We have two rooms large/luxury/yellow/etc" would be weird to say, however. With those adjectives you would want to say "We have two large/luxury/yellow/etc rooms"

I apologize that our language is so inconsistent.

Synonyms of "Rooms" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Changing rooms. and Fitting rooms. ?
A: Both are common, changing rooms are where people will get changed into new clothes, for an activity usually, ie gyms have changing rooms to get into your sportswear. Fitting rooms are where people can try on clothes they havent yet bought to see if they fit, or for more tailored clothes (ie suits) they can get them fitted personally to them :)
Q: What is the difference between There are two rooms in the flat. and The flat has two rooms. ?
A: There is no difference it’s just another way of saying the same thing
Q: What is the difference between There are two rooms in this house and This house has two rooms ?
A: no big difference, they are both correct, however i think 'This house has two rooms' sounds more natural
Q: What is the difference between what rooms there are and what romns are there? and Is the first a question? ?
A: @SerenaTsuk: what rooms are there is a question when you say what rooms there are is more of a statement

Translations of "Rooms"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I changed the rooms in the hostel today. how can I say about the room I stayed the last night. The previous room, dows it sound batural? Could you tell me better words to explain the situation. Thank you.
A: The simplest way to refer to the room you stayed in the night before would be, "My old room." Previous room works fine, though.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I work at a hotel. if I say “all rooms have a air conditioner but you can’t change a temperature and turn off because we manage it. so if you feel cold, let us know. ” does it sound natural ??
A: Slightly unnatural, "All rooms have an air conditioner, but can't be turned off or changed in temperature as we manage it; so if you feel cold please let us know"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "rooms in the home" do you use this expression?
A: You could use that when saying “how many rooms are in the home?” but it’s not a very common phrase in general.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Nowadays the rooms are used differently (in a different way)
A: The rooms have recently been used differently.
The rooms are now being used differently.
The rooms now have other uses.

Other questions about "Rooms"

Q: We had been told we were accommodated in rooms with bathrooms. does this sound natural?
A: We were told our rooms would have bathrooms.
Q: - Rooms division (front desk)
Rooms division department includes housekeeping, bell/porter, front desk, executive club, reservations, concierge and telecommunications. Front desk staffs are the first person who customers come across. This position is a symbol of the hotel. Their duties are treating customers’ check in/out, inform about the available rooms and rate, furnishing room keys (Bardi, J, A 2010).


- Food and beverage (servers)
Main duties in Food and Beverage department is maintaining high quality of food and service, food costing, managing restaurants and bars (Hec 2016). There are some roles in there like hosts, servers, helpers and bartenders (Locsin n.d.). Comparatively, server role is entry level. Their responsibilities are greeting customers, serving food, explaining about the meals and so on (Locsin n.d.). does this sound natural?
A:

Front desk staff are the first person customers come across. This position is a symbol of the hotel. Their duties are checking customers In and out, informing them about the available rooms and rates, and furnishing room keys.

"furnishing" is OK but a bit old fashioned. You can say "handing out", or "managing".

Main duties in the Food and Beverage department are maintaining a high quality of food and service, food costing, managing restaurants and bars (Hec 2016). There are some other roles such as hosts, servers, helpers and bartenders (Locsin N. D.). Comparatively, the server role is entry level. Their responsibilities are greeting customers, serving food, explaining about the meals and so on (Locsin N. D.).
Q: How to call rooms in hospitals which are categorized into classes, such as class 1, class 2, class 3 and VIP?
A: @achadhinugraha In that case, you can use Class 1/2 rooms, or First/Second class rooms, and if you have a few really really nice rooms you can call them VIP rooms which would come before the first class rooms. The main room is usually called the main ward.

Hope this helps.
Q: I was allocated rooms I had to clean. does this sound natural?
A: Don't fully know the context but possibly
I was assigned rooms to clean.
Q: I don't really like rooms air conditioned too cold. does this sound natural?
A: If you want to mention the air conditioner, then I suggest this instead: "I don't really like very cold air from air conditioners."

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