“Did you rearrange the furniture in here?”

English Lesson: Did you rearrange the furniture in here?

You are visiting your aunt's house. The living room looks different from what you remember. You ask if she moved the furniture around.

Did you rearrange the furniture in here?

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rearrange (something)

To "rearrange" things means to change their order or position:

Did you rearrange the furniture in here?

I rearranged my schedule so that I could sleep in until 9:00 every morning.

You can also use the specific words "reorder" and "reposition" but "rearrange" can replace both of those.

in here

You can add “in” before “here” to emphasize that you are inside.

It’s hot in here!