Roommate là gì

A:looking for a 4th roommate before August 1 because the lease probably starts on August 1st.Leases are usually a year long, so it"s very unlikely they are asking for only one month.

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Q:what does "From your roommate baông chồng in boulder"mean from the chainsmokers" tuy vậy "closer"? Tức là gì?
A:They"re referring Boulder as a place in the tuy nhiên :)So basically they"re talking about the roommate that they were living with in Boulder.
A:That is an old saying in college. It is probably untrue 99% of the time.Some movies used that and now people believe it.What is means is: In college, you often have sầu a roommate if you live on campus. If your roommate dies during the school year, people will be very helpful to lớn you. You might even get good grades without doing any work because you are so sad. Not really true...
A:My roommate cooks dinner, then I wash the dishes.My roommate makes too much noise in the morning and wakes me up.
A:My roommate has red hair, but I have sầu blonde hair.My roommate has red hair, và it used to lớn be black.My roommate dyed his/her hair and now he/she has red hair.
A:Both mean the same thing. You can use either of them. "I found you a roommate" sounds more natural though.

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A:Well the second choice, "while 6 months" is not grammatically correct because it represents how long the action has been happeningHowever, "for" is correct because it tells the duration of the action (that has already happened)Example for "while": While I was playing cards, the radio played.Example for "for": The radio played for the two hours.Does this make sense? Hope this helped!
A:Roommate is more general, it means someone you live with (though not used with family). Flatmate means specifically someone you nội dung an apartment with. Flat is another way of saying apartment, but it isn"t used much by Americans. It"s mostly used in British English.
A:These all refer to lớn a person you live with. The difference is the type of building you live sầu in. A flat is normally smaller than a house. Roommate refers lớn all types of buildings.
Q:Nói câu này vào Tiếng Anh (Mỹ) như thế nào? A: So how is your new roommate?B: She really turns me off.A: What happened?B: She"s always making loud noises at midnight.

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A:Yes, this conversation sounds lượt thích something you"d say in daily life. And using the phrase "turns me off" in this conversation sounds natural.The person you are talking with has to lớn be asking with the idea of wondering if you like your roommate romantically though, because if they are just asking if you lượt thích them as a person in general, then "turns me off" sounds weird, & you should use "pisses me off" or "rubs me the wrong way" or "gets on my nerves" instead.
Q:Nói câu này trong Tiếng Anh (Mỹ) như thế nào? To my roommate: "can you bởi vì the dishes after you use? if you don"t bởi that, you can"t use anything in the kitchen. didn"t your mother teach you you have to clean up where you mess up or put things away lớn where things are? Are you *****?" in a happy way?
A:Ya definitely! Saying "I would appreciate if you could please bởi vì the dishes" is a good way to ask. Just keep in mind that being passive sầu sometimes won"t get the message"re not thinking too much at all! Just know the cultural difference..Japanese are very respectful of others...while Americans are as well it doesn"t seem khổng lồ be as much of a priority in our culture
Q:Nói câu này vào Tiếng Anh (Mỹ) như thế nào? (say khổng lồ roommate) 왜 같은 방에서 지내는 데 나만 엄청 기침하고, 너는 왜 멀쩡한거니??