- What constitutes living somewhere?
- Where do you stay is correct?
- How long before someone is considered a resident?
- Is stay at home correct?
- Where do you stay Mean?
- What is the meaning of stay?
- How do you ask where you from?
- Where do you live correct?
- Can you live at two addresses?
- How long do you have to live somewhere to say you lived there?
- When someone asks where do you live?
- What stay put means?
- What does Romeo and Juliet Stay mean?
- What counts as living in a state?
- What is the different between stay and live?
What constitutes living somewhere?
To be honest, I’d say living somewhere is when you have the legal status of living in a place.
If you are on a tourist visa, no matter how long you stay, you don’t have the rights and responsibilities of a resident..
Where do you stay is correct?
Where “live” is used for long term residence, “stay” normally implies a short term visit. If you ask a visitor “where do you stay” they will probably give you the name of their hotel (while thinking you had made a grammatical mistake).
How long before someone is considered a resident?
Any guest staying in the property more than 2 weeks in any 6 month period will be considered a tenant, rather than a guest, and must be added in the lease agreement. Landlord may also increase the rent at any such time that a new tenant is added to the lease or premise.
Is stay at home correct?
But with “home”, we routinely omit the prepositions. “Stay home” is just as acceptable as “Stay at home”, and people almost never say “go to home”, it’s always “go home”. … But note that when used as an adjective, it becomes “stay-at-home”, as in, “a stay-at-home mom”. No one says, “a stay-home mom”.
Where do you stay Mean?
Or when you come to …….. where do you usually stay? It is a question based on tense-present ,normally when we ask a person where he/she is staying for the present location we ask “where are you staying?’
What is the meaning of stay?
intransitive verb. 1 : to stop going forward : pause. 2 : to stop doing something : cease. 3 : to continue in a place or condition : remain stayed up all night went for a short vacation but stayed on for weeks stay put till I come back.
How do you ask where you from?
The most polite way of asking where are you from is simply: “Where are you from?” But perhaps you could ask them how they are enjoying their time in
Where do you live correct?
maybe you can ask “What is your native city?” and “Where are you living” – question where is someone live currently 🙂 Both are correct grammatically.
Can you live at two addresses?
Yes, it is legal to have two home addresses. However, as previously stated, one is primary and the other secondary. In the US, you cannot be a registered voter at both locations. In addition, you can’t claim homestead exemption for both homes.
How long do you have to live somewhere to say you lived there?
Some say you live there if you feel like it’s your home. Some say if you’ve made money there. Others say it’s if you’ve stayed there for 30 days, buy a home, register a car or get a drivers license or id card. Others still say it’s 6 months.
When someone asks where do you live?
Usually, someone will ask you where you live as a polite question after they’ve asked you your name, where you’re from, and what you do for a living. They’ll say: “So where do you live?” This is inviting you to keep making conversation.
What stay put means?
: to not move or go anywhere Stay put until I get back.
What does Romeo and Juliet Stay mean?
to wait’) To avoid confusion, try ‘belike’. Stay means “to wait”.
What counts as living in a state?
“Living in the state” simply means that the student must live in the state where the public institution of higher learning is located to be considered a covered individual for purposes of Section 702.
What is the different between stay and live?
Stay means to remain a specific/specified place, state or position. This is more temporary in nature. Live means being alive or reside in a particular place or a person. This is more permanent in nature.