She will get Ryan's old room.
She will get an attic room as well.
She is angry, because Ryan will get an attic room.
She will get the attic room, when Ryan moves out.
She has to do it in the dining room, where her mother and her friends talk all the time.
She has her own study, but there is still a lot of noise.
She works in the dining room.
She doesn't do her homework very often, because her mother makes too much noise.
You could put all your books in that room.
You would not have to tidy your things away every time.
You could just read a book there.
You could meet your friends there.
Her friends don't like it very much.
Her parents let her use it, but they don't leave her alone.
She feels it is not her own room.
She doesn't like the posters there.
In your own room you can talk to your friends.
You can decorate your room yourself.
You can leave your stuff out.
You have more time for your homework.
She really likes them, but she doesn't want her friends to see them.
She doesn't like them at all.
She doesn't mind her friends seeing them.
She doesn't like her friends seeing them.
Freedom to do what he wants.
Money to do the things he wants to do.
His own attic room, like Ryan.
The possibility to meet his friends.
Sometimes all of them want to do different things in the same room.
They often have fights, because there are not enough rooms.
They all have their own room.
They never have problems about rooms.
They often come in when he is talking to his friends.
They don't want him to talk about personal things with his friends.
They never knock on his door, although he has asked them to.
They usually respect his privacy.
They must try to be friends with him, so that they can use his room.
They can go to his rooms if they want some privacy.
He has invited them to a party.
He has told Chris he could use the rooms.
A warm room
A great party
Their own room