Is this sentence correct?
The room has everything, a bathroom even.
I find the word choice odd. A bathroom is a special purpose room that is defined by its contents -- it has a sink, a toilet, a bathtub or a shower (usually). So what you have said is the room has a different room in it.
To fix this, you need to change the first room into a word that means something more than a single room. The house, the apartment, the flat .... Or you need to say specifically what the room has: The room has everything, even a toilet and a sink.
|link||answered Aug 27 '12 at 00:58 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow|
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