In this Spanish lesson, you will learn the words and phrases for describing a room in Spanish. Listen to two friends describing their rooms and the objects in it, then take notes on what they say and how they use adverbs of quantity.
Are there any special things in your room?
In the example below, James took some books off the little table to make room for the television.
Are you going to have a meeting in your room?
To describe a room in Spanish, you can use TENER for what you have in it, ESTAR for where it is located or how it looks at the moment, SER to give general descriptions and IR as an auxiliary for the future.