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Pronunciation of Do You Have A Room: Learn how to pronounce Do You Have A Room in English correctly

Learn how to say Do You Have A Room correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word room:

noun
1 [mass noun] space that can be occupied or where something can be done:
there’s only room for a single bed in there
she made room for Josh on the sofa
[with infinitive]:
he was trapped without room to move
opportunity or scope for something to happen or be done:
there’s room for improvement in the way the programme is managed
[with infinitive]:
a policy which left the government with very little room to manoeuvre
2a part or division of a building enclosed by walls, floor, and ceiling:
he wandered from room to room
the people present in a room:
the whole room burst into an uproar of approval
(rooms) British a set of rooms, typically rented, in which a person, couple, or family live:
my rooms at Mrs Jenks’s house
verb
[no object] North American
share a room, house, or flat, especially a rented one at a college or similar institution:
I was rooming with my cousin
[with object] provide with a shared room or lodging:
they roomed us together
Phrases

no (or not) room to swing a cat

humorous used in reference to a very confined space:
there’s not even room to swing a cat!
[cat in the sense ‘cat-o’-nine-tails’]
smoke-filled rooms

used in reference to political decision-making conducted privately by a small group of influential people rather than more openly or democratically:
he understands the party machine, the smoke-filled rooms, and the endless resolutions
Derivatives

roomed

adjective
[in combination]:
a four-roomed house
roomful

noun (plural roomfuls)
Origin:

Old English rūm, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch ruim, German Raum