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    rent

    Is it ok to say " I am renting now". Or should I say " I live in a rented apartment"? Please tell me which is good to say. Thanks.

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    Re: rent

    I am renting now sounds fine to me.
    Or, I'm renting an apartment.

    (You could be renting a house or an apartment, so the second one has more information.)

    [a writer, not a teacher]

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