On the left or to the left. please help me

  1. There is a bookshelf …to/ on …the left of the room.

  2. it appeared/ arrived as a shock to realize that i was not alone in the room.

  3. I don’t think that tone / color of yellow suits me very well.

  4. The company fell deeper and deeper into the green/ black and the bankrupt.

  5. the hotel room view out over a beatiful sencery

  6. I was such in a hurry that I felt one of my bags asie/ behind.

  7. I live in a house overlooing the sea.

  1. Neither one is that good in my opinion. How would one know which side of the room is the left side? “There is a bookshelf to the left of the window.” “I put my computer on the left side of my desk.” Maybe “There is a bookshelf on the left side of the room as one faces the blackboard.”

  2. To me “came as a shock” is the most natural expression.

  3. “color” or better, “shade”

  4. The company fell deeper and deeper into the [red] and [eventually went] bankrupt.

  5. The hotel room looks out over beautiful scenery.

  6. I was in such a hurry that I left one of my bags behind.

  7. overlooking