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Can I say: "There is no room for this clothes in the bag"? Thank you. Recently I have heard: "there's no room for milk in my cup of coffee." Is "room" often used in the same meaning of free space?
Feb 19, 2011 8:38 AM
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Yes, you could use "room" to mean "(free) space". Also, you can "make room" (not "make a room", you need builders for that). A spacious room or building is described as "roomy".
February 19, 2011
No room for "these" clothes, not "this" clothes (clothes are plural).
February 19, 2011
yes, you can say: there is no room for these clothes in the bag. you mean no empty space because the bag is full.
February 19, 2011
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