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    If I have a long history of moving, which means I never lived in one city or town for a long time, can I say " I have a long history of moving everywhere". Or should I just say " I have always moved everywhere". Should I omit everywhere?"


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    I would omit the word everywhere.

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    Re: move

    I would say, "I have a history of often changing my place of residency."

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