An Ideal Room-Mate

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Living far away from home four or even five years for studying in colleges or universities, many students have to adapt themselves with many changes. One of these changes is living or sharing a dorm-room with a completely strange person. What are qualities that they want their desired roommates possess? Let’s examine some following suggestions.

Firstly, a good roommate should be compatible. Students have to face with a lot of stressful things when coping with academic subjects in their classes or dealing with a new environment. They desire their roommate be an understanding and dedicated person, with whom they can feel more relaxed and comfortable whenever they are together: talking, learning, or even moaning. Also, living with a roommate who has many things in common would be more ideal for them, making their student life, which seems very challenging and laborious, more meaningful and memorable. It also helps them avoid lots of trouble. For example, they want to study in quite dorm-room, but their roommates often listen to loud music. It would be very annoyed and disturbed for them to bear their roommates for a long period of time.

Secondly, responsibility and honesty are two other good characteristics of an ideal roommate. Living with a lazy and irresponsible roommate during a year would be a disaster, ruining the meaning of their student life. Let's try to imagine that a roommate who never lifts a finger to do chores, although they seem very simple things--cleaning a bathroom or tidying up his studying corner, for instance, or never be self-imposed to pay room fees. Moreover, everything worsens when they lost the trust at their roommate. They will never be rested in their mind, thereby cannot focus on their study, while their roommate often stole their assets or refuse to accept their faults.

Last but not least, a considerate roommate makes students at home. Homesick is a common challenge that a student, especially a rural and provincial one, has to...
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