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Some American universities offer an on-line roommate finder or roommate search service. These are useful sites brought to you by off-campus housing services at the universities, which are designed to assist current and in-coming students in their search for compatible roommates. Whether you are looking for a roommate or a room for rent, you should visit the websites, and you may find affordable rooms and friendly roommates. You can live in an on-campus dormitory if it is available. If you want to live in an off-campus apartment, it would be a good idea to share the apartment with other students. In many cases, you can have your own room and share a kitchen and a bathroom. In order to search for a room, you can use an on-line roommate or apartment finder. Or go to see bulletin boards for getting information about "roommates wanted." That will let you cut costs and reduce your bills so you can save money on housing. If you visit an American university during your long summer vacation, you may sublet a room. The summer vacation starts in mid July, and many students are out of town for vacation for a while, so they may sublease their rooms. If you need some information about sublets, visit an on-line apartment finder offered by the university you visit.

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アメリカの大学には、オンラインのルームメート・ファインダーやルームメート・サーチのサービスを提供しているところがあります。 これらは大学のキャンパス外住宅サービスによって提供される役に立つサイトです。そして、それは相性が良いルームメートを探す時、在校生及び新入生を支援するように設計されています。 ルームメートや賃貸の部屋を探しているかどうかにかかわらず、あなたはウェブサイトを訪れるとよいでしょう、そうすれば、あなたは入手可能な部屋や親しみやすいルームメートを見つけられるかもしれません。 学内寄宿舎(学生寮)が利用できるならば、あなたはそこに住むことができます。 あなたがキャンパス外のアパートに住みたいならば、アパートを他の学生と共有することは良い考えでしょう。 多くの場合、あなたはあなた自身の部屋を持ち、台所とバスルームは共有することができます。 部屋を捜すために、あなたはオンラインのルームメートまたはアパートメント・ファインダーを使うことができます。 あるいは、「ルームメート募集」に関する情報を得るために掲示板を見に行ってください。 それで、あなたは経費を下げて、あなたへの請求書を減らせます、そして、あなたはお金を住宅に関して節約することができます。 長い夏休みの間に、アメリカの大学を訪問するならば、あなたは部屋を転貸するかもしれません。 夏休みは、7月中旬に始まります、そして、多くの学生は、しばらく休暇の間町を出ます、それで、彼らは彼らの部屋を転貸するかもしれません。 あなたが転貸に関する情報を必要とするならば、あなたが訪問する大学によって提供されるオンライン・アパートメント・ファインダーを訪問してください。

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