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Monday Night Owls - Reinventing the idea of co-living
We read an article about companies who are making co-living houses a business:
Vocabulary Top 10:
menial - used to describe boring or unpleasant work that does not require special skill and usually does not pay much money
radical - very new and different from what is traditional or ordinary; (in old slang - very appealing or good)
cookie cutter - very similar to other things of the same kind; not original or different
dorm - short for dormitory - a building on a school campus that has rooms where students can live; also a large room with many beds where people can sleep
connotation - an idea or quality that a word makes you think about in addition to its meaning
tiered - arranged in layers, rows, levels or tiers
insatiable - always wanting more; not able to be satisfied
defunct - no longer existing or being used
shuttered - closed for business for a period of time or forever
bed and breakfast (also called B & B ) - a house or small hotel in which someone can rent a room to sleep in for a price that includes breakfast the next morning
Have you ever lived in a co-living house?
What is the difference between this idea and sharing a house with friends?
Would you ever live in one?
PS. Try to use some of the vocabulary from the session in your comment!