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Where are you living these days? Dove abiti adesso?
I'm still living in Gateshead. Vivo ancora a Gateshead.
I bought a little flat just before the house prices went up. Ho comprato un appartamentino appena prima che i prezzi degli immobili salissero.
The flat's not particularly big but it suits me. L'appartamento non è molto grande ma è adatto a me.
The flat's near my parents' house and it's handy for getting to work. L'appartamento è vicino a casa dei miei ed è comodo per andare al lavoro.

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