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I’m in an argument with my landlord about my power bill, which is included in my rent. I run a window unit for a couple hours before I get home to get the temperature down, and he wants me to stop. He can’t separate my usage from the other tenants in the house, but I’ve done the math, and it costs, generously, $9.50 a month, which I’ve offered to pay him. I run a window以下全文の和訳をよろしくお願いします


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Window unit とは、下記のような電力による冷房装置です。 https://www.shopping.net/shopping?qsrc=999&qo=semQuery&ad=semD&o=600389&l=sem&askid=85b71bcd-b3b2-468c-abcd-71b40a8380d7-0-sn_mse&q=window%20unit&dqi=&am=exact&an=msn_s  (自動でスイッチで始動するように私が)帰宅する前に室温を下げておくために、冷房を2時間ほど入れます、で家主はそれを止めろ、と言います。  彼(=家主)は、私の使用量をアパートの他たの住民の分から分けることはできないと言います。  しし、私は計算して、一月多く見積もっても9.50ドルで、私はその額は彼に払う、と言っています。





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