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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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I prefer to live on my own. However, I still live with my parents. At the moment, I am looking for a room to move out. It can be a double room with ensuite bathroom.
I prefer to live alone, but I am actually living with my mother and my sisters.
I'd prefer to live alone unless i'll share with a friend I've already known, i don't like living with strangers
Oh, it's a good question. Actually, I'm an easygoing person. I don't like to fight someone if he/she doesn't storm me. However, I have an opinion. You both have to have similar personalities. If you are very different, you likely won't get on well with. I have lived with my housemates for 4 months. So, how is sharing the rooms? In fact, it's not bad, but it's not very perfect. Because I'm an introvert person, I care about staying on my own and spending time with myself. Sometimes, I can't do these activities.
Our relationship is not bad, but generally, we can't talk about various things. Since our hobbies are differing, we usually talk about politics, sports, and news. Then, I can bored of living together.
It depends on people I will share my house with. I will love to have a housemate who is nice and good at my rules.
I can share my house with other people but I don't like to share my room with others as I like spending my time more with myself.
it depends on with whom Im sharing the house. I do like my space and independency. Living by myself gives me the opportunity to decorate and organice my house just the way I like it to be. But, in the case of living with a friend that I already know and with whom I can be comfortable enough to talk and get to some agreements, I think it is more fun sharing a home with them.
I prefer living in a house alone, but I also like to be able to invite my friends to come over occasionally.
I prefer live alone or only with my couple
I prefer to live alone because I don't like noise, and i'm very introverted and I have some dificulties to share my space with people I don't met a long time