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1. My room closely corresponds to my character.
2. I haven’t got a room of my own.
3. My room is a reflection of my interests.
4. I want my room to be appreciated.
5. My room is full of souvenirs.
6. I don’t spend much time in my room.
7. My room is a place for relaxation.
A – 7
B – 3
С – 5
D – 2
E – 4
F – 1
My room is my den. The blue walls make me think of the calming vast seas and dreams that have no boundaries. The shutters are white, which reminds me of the pure white clouds in the sky. The white in my room helps me to have pure and clean thoughts. My chair and my favourite seat are the colour of crisp green celery. Here I shed the pressure of rush hours and deadlines. The colours and decor were chosen for deep thoughts, recreation and positive thinking. When I leave that room, I am calm and prepared for life’s uncertainties.
When I was an early teenager, my room was light purple with a dark blue ceiling full of stars. Once I got into high school, and the paint was getting a bit old, I put up lots of posters on the walls. I am a huge Rolling Stones fan, so I had almost every poster of theirs, and posters from Pirates of the Caribbean and Batman, too. I love posters because you can move them around a lot, and it’s a great form of self-expression. In the blank spots, I wrote my favourite lyrics in permanent marker. And I used Christmas lights instead of the harsh light from the ceiling bulbs.
I keep my room with simple and relaxing colours such as soft pink and beige. I also add some bright colours like red cushions or some colourful accessories to make the interior a bit brighter. It’s nice because my room gets a lot of sun. Well, I don’t have lots of furniture in it and I usually try to keep everything in order. My room is filled with different items that I bought in the countries I visited. Most of them remind me of Turkey and Spain. Sometimes I make collages with holiday photos. It looks quite nice on my wall.
I’m 13 years old and I have to share a room with my 8-year-old sister. When I’m studying for exams, it is not easy at all. My elder sister, who is fifteen, has her own room with her private bathroom, and it’s bigger than mine. I don’t like sharing a room at all, and I don’t think that I have any privacy in anything I do. Whenever my friends are over, my sister is always in here because she says it’s her room, too. It’s so annoying. I get angry with her all the time because she rarely tidies the room.
I love lots of things about my room. The colours are blue and brown with a punch of red. My bed is big and cosy with a soft chenille duvet and lots of pillows. I have lots of books in my room and I feel pride in them. But my favourite thing in the room is a fake tree with small white lights. It adds romance and cosiness and can even be used as a night light! I have a nice room, and it’s always tidy. I suppose I like showing off my room. When my friends come over, they usually say, ‘Wow! How beautiful it is!’
My sister’s room is always neat. Everything has a place, nothing is on the floor. All her books are in the alphabetical order. It clearly shows how organised she is. She likes everything to be perfect. As for me, my desk is messy and drowning in paper as I am a completely disorganised sort of person. However, the bookshelf next to my desk is relatively tidy in comparison to the desk. Maybe this indicates that I value education. The posters of video games and magicians like David Copperfield on my wall will tell you that I like playing video games and magic.