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    #1

    Smile a study/studio/study room

    Stella has turned the dining room into a study room/studio/study.



    Do all of the above three terms work in the sample and mean about the same? Thanks.

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    Re: a study/studio/study room

    ‘Study’ & ‘studio’ are both good depending on what it has really turned into as a ‘tudio’ is not the same as a ‘study’.

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