Singapore expats live together – level 2
The coronavirus made things more difficult for expats in Singapore. They started to worry about their work, and sometimes, they did not have enough money to rent an apartment.
They found a solution called co-living. Co-living is when residents rent a room, and they share a kitchen or other rooms. It is a good way to save money, and some people like it also because they do not need to rent a room for the full year. Co-living is not the most popular way of living, but business operators say that the number of people who look for co-living, is growing.
The interesting fact is that people started to look for co-living during the coronavirus pandemic. Operators explained that in Singapore, the government works hard to stop the virus, and people are not afraid to live together.
Difficult words: expat (a person who lives outside of his own country), resident (a person who lives somewhere for a long time), operator (a person who runs something such as a business).
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