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looking for a roommate who can teach me english

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Hi there, I am looking for a roommate to share an apartment with two bedrooms, a living room, a rest room and an open kitchen. The apartment named Heyuan is located beside Intime Shopping Mall (Chengxi), very close to Zhejiang University (Zijingang Campus). It has also the terrace to barbecue. If you are an easygoing person who has a job here in Hangzhou, and willing to teach me English and learn some Chinese, (of course interested in this apartment), please contact me by private message. The rent will be 2600RMB per month. looking forward to hear from you!

best,
Nora

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