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Why did she say "stay" not "live", even though she's living in condominium?

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Rebecca

She used the verb "stay" here to indicate that she is living there temporarily. Even though condominiums are usually a place where people "live", the verb "stay" can be used whenever someone doesn't intend to live somewhere permanently, and will only be there for a little bit of time. Ex: The house we are staying at is very nice. Ex: I'm staying in this small apartment until I find a better job.

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