Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Live"

I live in Japan.
Did you live here?
Does he live here?
Where do you live?
I live in the country.
They live in this town.
We live in the suburbs.
I can't live without you.
I can't live without a TV.
She doesn't live with him.
She used to live near him.
They live near the school.
I live on the bottom floor.
We live near a big library.
I'd like to live in New York.
I've never seen a live whale.
Where did you live last year?
You can't live without water.
I learned to live without her.
I can't live that kind of life.
I live in this house by myself.
My parents live in the country.
Now he has nothing to live for.
I'd rather live in a wooden house.
Two families live in the same house.
Many famous artists live in New York.
I live within 200 meters of the station.
I can't live on ten thousand yen a month.
This is the house where she used to live.
We live in the country during the summer.
All of us want to live as long as possible.
Few people live to be one hundred years old.
I live near her house, but I seldom see her.
Generally, women live 10 years longer than men.
Women usually live 10 years longer than men do.
Our parents live right across the street from us.
Tom plans to live in Boston for more than a year.
I will never forget your kindness as long as live.
I'll never forget your kindness as long as I live.
Tom intends to live in Boston for more than a year.
People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
It's not at all rare to live to be over ninety years old.
Tom decided to give up city life and live in the country.
We found out recently that some foxes live here on this mountain.
Generally speaking, women live longer than men by almost ten years.
It's not all that uncommon for people to live past the age of ninety.
If you only had one more week to live, what would you spend your time doing?
I never for a moment imagined I'd be able to afford to live in such a fancy house.


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