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Could you tell me is there any difference about these sentences? Thank you very much![<:o)]

We each have our own room.

We each have our own rooms.

We have our own room.

We have our own rooms.

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ViceidolCould you tell me is there any difference about these sentences? Thank you very much![<:o)]

We each have our own room.

We each have our own rooms.

We have our own room.

We have our own rooms.

1) a room for each single person

2) (I wouldn't say this, unless each of us had more than one room.)

3) Could be that there is more than one occupant for the room.

4) Perhaps each couple has a room separate from the others.
Thanks for your help!
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1. One person, one room; one person, one room; one person, one room; ...
2. One person, several rooms; one person, several rooms; ...
3. Several people; one room.
4. Several people; several rooms.

CJ
Your reply is very definite. Thank you very much!
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This is very interesting! By the way, shouldn't it be "We each has"?