"It is a room."
Does anybody else struggle to guess the context? im giving answers that i think would be correct in certain scenarios but my answers are based on assumptions as the statements have no context. are they just a statement? are they an answer to a question? who knows. Can anyone help?
「私のへやです」is correct. You could also change the "I" to suit your personal preference, as well as speak more casually. So someone could say 「オレのへやだ」 or 「僕のへやです」and be correct as well. Ive both read and heard it phrased all of these ways. 「これ」doesn't really seem like it fits at all. 「これは私のへやだ」would work, though, if you want to say 「これ」. Though 「これはへやだ」would just mean "this is a room." 「これのへやです」would just be "this' room", I believe. Giving possession to the "this". Though you can drop the 「です」 or 「だ」and get away with it. 「私のへや」:3
Lol I had to retake the lesson just to be able to reply-- 「僕」 is the kanji for 「ぼく」the main masculine "I". 「オレ」has kanji too, 「俺」, but I'm used to seeing that one in katakana. For 「ぼく」generally I've seen it in kanji for adults and hiragana or katakana for children... in manga that is.
Is the hiragana spelling valid too? Or is it just for learning purposes?