My Reading Room Paragraph
Here are 5 paragraphs on My Reading Room. They are short, only in 100-150 words. The paragraphs are written for students in classes 4 to 10, avoiding difficult words and sentences. So, hope you like them.
Sentences: 12, Words: 100, Characters: 477.
I’m a student. I have a reading room. It is separated. It is one of the best rooms in our house. It has one door and two windows. There is an electric fan in my reading room. There is a table, a chair, and a bookshelf too. I sit on the chair and keep my books, pens, and pencils on the table. I put my books on the bookshelf. There is also a wall clock in my reading room. A nice calendar and my class routine are hung on the wall. I always keep my reading room neat and clean.
My Reading Room Paragraph, 150 Words
Sentences: 16; Words: 150; Characters: 716.
- Which side is your reading room on?
- What does the room look like?
- How many doors and windows are there in your reading room?
- What are the things in your reading room?
- What do you do in your reading room?
My reading room is a nice room. It is on the eastern side of our home. It faces the south. It is a small but nice room. It has one door and four windows. So, I get plenty of light and air in my room. There is a chair, a table and a bookshelf in my reading room. Most of my books and exercise books are well arranged in the shelf. I have a fan and a table clock in my reading room. My class routine hangs in the wall before me. I have decorated it with some paintings and calendars. Whenever I enter my reading room, I feel comfortable. My reading room is my favorite place. I spend most of the day and night here. This is the house where I prepare myself for the future. I always keep my reading room clean and tidy.
A Paragraph on My Reading Room, 100 Words
Sentences: 12; Words: 100; for class 4-6.
(i) What class do you read in? (b) How is your reading room? (c) How many furniture does it have? (d) What do you keep in the almirah? (e) How do you keep your reading room?
I read in class VIII in Baznabo Girls’ High School. I have a reading room. The room faces the east. It is a fairly nice room. It has a door and two windows. So I get plenty of light and air in my room. I have also a fan in my room. There are a chair, a table, a wall cloth and an almirah in my reading room. I sit on the chair and keep my books and learning materials on the table. I keep valuable things in the almirah. My reading room is very dear to me. I always keep it neat and clean.
My Reading Room Paragraph, 150 Words
Sentences: 15; In 150 words, for class 6-10
The room a student uses to study in his home is called a reading room. Every student should have a reading room. It provides a noise-free and separate study environment. As a student, I also have my own reading room. It is located in front of our living room. My reading room is small, but it’s beautiful. The room has a door and three windows. That’s why the sun and air can easily access my room. My reading room has a table, a chair, and a beautiful bookcase. There is a pen holder, a vase and a laptop on the table. I always keep my books and other things neatly arranged. I sweep my study every day so that there is no dust anywhere. There is also a bed on one side of my reading room. I think my reading room is suitable for study. I feel comfortable in my reading room.
My Reading Room Paragraph, 100 Words
Sentences: 12; Words: 100, for class 4-5.
I am a student. I have a reading room. It is separated. This is a beautiful room. It has one door and two windows. There is a fan in my reading room. My reading room has a table, two chairs, a bookcase. I sit on the chair and keep my books on the table. On the bookshelf, I put my books and notebooks, which I need occasionally. There is also a wall clock in my reading room. On the wall of the room, I hung a beautiful calendar and my class routine. I always keep my classroom neat and clean.
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