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      10 Tips for Getting Along with Your College Roommate
      發布時間:2019年08月01日     齊賀 譯  
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      10 Tips for Getting Along with Your College Roommate


      By Kelci Lynn Lucier


      You may have grown up living with lots of siblings, or this may be your first time sharing your living space with someone else. While having a roommate inevitably has its challenges, it can also be a great part of your college experience.

      可能你有許多兄弟姐妹,你們一起生活,一起長大。也可能這是你第一次跟別 人同室起居。雖說與他人同住,總少不了這樣那樣的麻煩,但這會是你大學生活中一段極為重要的經歷。

      Follow these ten tips to make sure you and your roommate keep things pleasant and supportive throughout the year (or even years!).


      1. Be clear about your expectations from the beginning



      Do you know in advance that you hate it when someone hits the snooze button1 fifteen times every morning? That you’re a neat freak? That you need ten minutes to yourself before talking to anyone after you wake up? Let your roommate know as soon as you can about your little quirks and preferences. It’s not fair to expect him or her to pick up on2 them right away, and communicating what you need is one of the best ways to eliminate problems before they become problems.




      [1] snooze button 鬧鐘上的延時按鈕,按下此按鈕鬧鈴聲停止,但短時間內會再次響起,用于反復提醒定鬧鈴人起床。


      [2] pick up on注意到(不容易注意的事情)。


      2. Address problems when they’re little

      2. 及時化解小矛盾


      Is your roommate always forgetting her stuff for the shower, and taking yours? Are your clothes being bor- rowed faster than you can wash them? Addressing things that bug you while they’re still little can help your roommate be aware of something she may not otherwise know. And addressing little things is much easier than addressing them after they’ve become big.




      3. Respect your roommate’s stuff

      3. 他人物品別亂動


      This may seem simple, but it’s probably one of the biggest reasons why roommates experience conflict. Don’t think he’ll mind if you borrow his cleats for a quick soccer game3? For all you know, you just stepped over an uncrossable line. Don’t borrow, use, or take anything without getting permission first.




      [3] quick soccer game 一種小型足球比賽, 參加人數較正規比賽少(如每隊五人)。


      4. Be mindful of who you bring into your room – and how often

      4. 來客不可將人擾 


      You may love having your study group into your room. But your roommate may not. Be mindful of how often you bring people over. If your roommate studies best in the quiet, and you study best in a group, can you alternate who hits4 the library and who gets the room?




      [4] hit 去(某地)。


      5. Lock the door and windows

      5. 寢室門窗要鎖好


      This may seem like it has nothing to do with roommate relationships, but how would you feel if your roommate’s laptop got stolen during the ten seconds it took you to run down thehall5? Or vice versa? Locking your door and windows is a critical part of keeping safe on campus.


      這點看似跟室友間相處得好與不好沒什么關系,可也許就是你去走廊打個轉的工夫、也就十秒鐘,室友的筆記本電腦就讓人偷走了,到那時你作何感想?如果這個丟東西的人換成是你,你又作何感想?在校園生活中,要保障人身財產 安全,鎖好門窗可是至關重要的一環。


      [5] hall 此處同 hallway,走廊、過道。


      6. Be friendly, without expecting to be best friends

      6. 室友無須變摯友


      Don’t go into6 your roommate relationship thinking that you are going to be best friends for the time you’re at school. It may happen, but expecting it sets both of you up for7 trouble. You should be friendly with your roommate but also make sure you have your own social circles.




      [6] go into 此處指(將時間、精力)用在,用于(某事)。


      [7] set sb up for 把某人置于某種境地。


      7. Be open to new things

      7. 樂于接受新事物


      Your roommate may be from someplace you’ve never heard of. They may have a religion or lifestyle that is completely different from your own. Be open to new ideas and experiences, especially as it relates to what your roommate brings into your life. That’s why you went to college in the first place, right?!




      8. Stay open to change

      8. 勇于改變應萬變


      You should expect to learn and grow and change during your time at school. And the same should happen to your roommate, if all goes well. As the semester progresses, realize things will change for both of you. Be comfortable addressing things that unexpectedly come up, setting new rules, and being flexible to your changing environment.


      大學期間,你要自我學習、 自我成長、自我改變。如果一切順利的話,你的室友也應如此。要明白,隨著學期向前推進,大家都會有所改變。意料之外的事時有發生,要從容應對。要定新規,隨機應變。


      9. Address problems when they’re big, too

      9. 矛盾升級得處理


      You may not have been totally honest8 with tip #2, or you may suddenly find yourself with a roommate who goes wild9 after being shy and quiet the first two months. Either way, if something gets to be a big problem quickly, deal with it as soon as you can.




      [8] honest 如實的,不作假的。


      [9] be/go wild 感情強烈的(尤指生氣、激動或高興)。


      10. If nothing else, follow the golden rule

      10. 黃金法則要記牢 


      Treat your roommate like you’d like to be treated. No matter what your relationship is at the end of the year, you can take comfort knowing you acted like an adult and treated your roommate with respect.