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I think my living with you has influenced your way of living.
I came to Tokyo three years ago and have been living here ever since.
Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.
People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
I live near the sea so I often get to go to the beach.
Where do you live?
Where are you living?
The rate of increase in households is higher for apartment houses than for individual houses.
Most of the Melanesians living in Papua New Guinea have very curly hair, don't they?
I'm Japanese, but I don't live in Japan.
Mr Takagi, who's lived here 16 years, was also surprised.
The refugees were living in a narrow, squalid backstreet.
I don't live in Maigo now.
She lived at 56 Russell Square.
Pandas live in bamboo thickets.
The old lady lived in a three-room apartment by herself.
The old woman lived in a 3 room apartment by herself.
The old man lived there by himself.
The old person was living there by himself/herself.
He lives in the next town.

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