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    hotel room preference

    I'd like a room with a bathtub./I'd like a room with bathtub.
    I'd like a room with a view./I'd like a room with view.
    I'd like a room with a balcony./I'd like a room with balcony.

    When you speak of your hotel room preference such as these,which of them are correct? With 'a' or without 'a'?

    Thank you.


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    Re: hotel room preference

    Quote Originally Posted by bouji View Post
    I'd like a room with a bathtub./I'd like a room with bathtub.
    I'd like a room with a view./I'd like a room with view.
    I'd like a room with a balcony./I'd like a room with balcony.

    When you speak of your hotel room preference such as these,which of them are correct? With 'a' or without 'a'?

    Thank you.
    Use an article.

    A Room with a View (1985)

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