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Question 1: The Erasmus exchange program in ________ has contributed as being the biggest exchange program in Europe.
BalkansEuropeWestern EuropeEastern Europe

Question 2: Living with a roommate can mean much less ________ than having a residence of one's own, and for some people this can cause a lot of stress.
PropertyHuman rightsPrivacyTorture

Question 3: Many universities in the United States require first-year students to live in on-campus residence halls, sharing a ________ room with a same-sex roommate.
Great hallBancroft HallDormitoryBathroom

Question 4: American politicians ________, William Delahunt, Richard Durbin, and George Miller famously share a house in Washington, D.C. while Congress is in session.
Kirsten GillibrandJoe LiebermanJohn KerryChuck Schumer

Question 5: Synonyms include sharemate, suitemate, housemate, or flatmate ("flat": the usual term in ________ for an apartment).
English languageAmerican EnglishBritish EnglishCanadian English

Question 6: On the other hand, it is less common for people of any age to live with roommates in some countries, such as ________, where single-person one-room apartments are plentiful.
JapanUnited KingdomCambodiaCanada

Question 7: A roommate is a person who shares a living facility, called as a sharehome, such as an ________ or dormitory.
Tower blockHigh-riseSkyscraperApartment
















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