In Order of the Phoenix, Harry and the DA practice in the Room of Requirement. The room has the ability to change even while you're inside it - for example, there was an instance in which Harry suddenly thought I could really use a whistle, and then he looked and there was a whistle nearby.
At one point, the DA is practicing spells and we get this little note:
After ten minutes on the Impediment Jinx, they laid out cushions all over the floor and started practising Stunning again. Space was really too confined to allow them all to work this spell at once; half the group observed the others for a while, then swapped over.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - p.401 - Bloomsbury - Chapter 21, The Eye of the Snake
My question is, if the room has the ability to change even while you're inside it, why wasn't there enough room? Why didn't it just expand or something? I'm pretty sure we know it can expand since in Deathly Hallows, it expands as more students come to stay there and the restrooms expanded etc.