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    bosun is offline Senior Member
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    Can you help me to express the following sentence more naturally in English?

    As for the room, you advertised that the room would be cheap and full of options, but it proved false and you charged more money than you advertised.

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    Default Re: fulll options

    Quote Originally Posted by bosun View Post
    Can you help me to express the following sentence more naturally in English?

    As for the room, you advertised that the room would be cheap and full of options, but it proved false and you charged more money than you advertised.
    As to the room I was given, in your advertisement it stated that rooms are cheap and well-fitted. The room was expensive and the fittings were poor quality.

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