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    feel like living

    I don't feel like living in London anymore.
    What's the meaning of the above sentence?
    Does it mean " I hate living in Lodon"?
    Please help me to understand.
    Last edited by moniza; 10-Dec-2008 at 09:30.

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    Re: feel like living

    It means that you don't want to live in London any longer.

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