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Looking for a housemate

Single ensuite room available in our lovely three-bedroom house in Didsbury. Five-minute walk from city centre. Move in from 1 June. Shared kitchen and living room with two female housemates, no parking, £600 a month excluding bills. No pets. Contact 07890 123456 for viewing.

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Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

Submitted by Mohamedakram16 on Thu, 07/05/2020 - 15:58

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Hello guys, I'm a new english learner here, I enjoy this website. It's the first time I write a paragraph and it is about accomodoation so I don't like to share my room with another person expectly who I know them and love them such as my famlily's memebers', I really like to be alone in my room because I feel safely

Submitted by Thucuoi on Tue, 05/05/2020 - 08:00

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Tobe totaly honest, if having enough finance, I prefer living alone because I want my own privacy. However, it's also very great to live with interested people. I am really a person who want my cake and eat it too.

Submitted by Nam on Mon, 04/05/2020 - 15:32

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Although I am an introvert person, I'd rather live with my housemate because I think we can take care of each other also we can easily arrange our time to do housework, cooking, sometime we may help each other.

Submitted by Ahmad1986 on Thu, 30/04/2020 - 11:34

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In my opinion is sharing a hause interessant as long as a ensuite bathroom is existing. One can get to know new people and makes friends.

Submitted by Madhu Beerelli on Wed, 29/04/2020 - 08:29

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In my view, sharing house is better for financially, build a good relationships, help to exchange ideas for learning, benefit for good decision making before conclude.

Submitted by narcisa on Mon, 27/04/2020 - 15:22

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It is hard to say. I like to share the house with lovely, interesting and funny people . It is a way to learn and exchange life experience, but same time I like to be on my own in the house.

Submitted by aml96 on Fri, 24/04/2020 - 14:25

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I prefer to share a house i am study in the university in town rather than my family town also i have not relative i find real friends to live with them we do alt of thing together study eat and cook i find my life butter with them /in the developing country to live alone you need much many to live and rent flat or house

Submitted by amehlawal on Wed, 22/04/2020 - 13:59

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I can't imagine sharing a room again, the worst experience ever. I prefer to live alone but could try it out in a whole new environvent - continent.
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Submitted by karlamatias77 on Wed, 22/04/2020 - 03:00

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I prefer to share a house with my cat Alice. :)

Submitted by Vishal Misra on Mon, 20/04/2020 - 18:00

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LOOKING FOR HOUSEMATE Single room with ensuite bathroom available in the city. Kitchen and living room to share with two other housemates. 5 minutes walking from bus stop. Expected Rent USD 2500.