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Is this sentence correct?

Additionally, I would like to inform you that the room I want to rent for two people.

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    Perhaps either Additionally, I would like to inform you that I want to rent a room for two people. (Unless they already know which specific room you're talking about, a sounds like the better choice.) Or Additionally, I would like to inform you that the room I want to rent is for two people. Commented Feb 4, 2014 at 14:37

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Assuming you mean to inform someone that the room you want to rent will be used by two people, the word order should be slightly different to avoid confusion:

Additionally, I would like to inform you that I want to rent the room for two people.

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  • The typical word order in English is subject, verb, direct object, indirect object. This is also true in a subordinate clause ("that" indicates a subordinate clause here).
    – BobRodes
    Commented Feb 4, 2014 at 20:03

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