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    John is a tenant. He lives on rent.

    John is a tenant. He lives on rent.

    Please check my sentences.

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    Re: John is a tenant. He lives on rent.

    John is a tenant. He rents his room/bedsit/flat/house.
    John is a tenant. He lives in rented accommodation.

    You would only need to use both sentences if your reader/listener doesn't understand the meaning of the word "tenant". If they do understand it, you can just say "John is a tenant".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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