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    The US
    27.91%
    Canada
    27.91%
    Australia
    28.68%
    Germany
    18.60%
    Other (state)
    24.03%

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    I'm considering my future plans and while I'll most likely choose Canada for the quality of life and the fact I'll qualify for a visa I'm still tempted by the other options I've previously considered.
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    Greece. Great climate, great scenery, great food, great - in the main - people.

    Would love to live there. I know there are economic problems, but still...
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    Went to California it was just soooooo beautiful indescribable! 😍


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    Torn between Australia and Canada, but most likely Australia. Much as the US is a nice place, I don't think I could live there, as I really disagree with their healthcare system and gun policies.
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    I like all of the options given, but seeing as I speak French (and have a little knowledge of German), it would be somewhere in Eastern France/Southern and Eastern Belgium (+ Brussels)/Western Switzerland.
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    I'd like to travel around and live in many different places actually, but the main place I want to live is somewhere in South America, preferably Chile, to improve my Spanish to the point where it is fluent

    I would also love to live in Adelaide for a while too as my brother and his family live there
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    London, England.
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    Australia, great weather, great accent, great beaches, great women. What more could you want?
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    Since I speak Australian, I guess Australia or New Zealand.

    I would definetly like to live in either of those two locations.
    Is there much difference between the two?
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    Moving back to Canada next week But where I want to end up eventually is somewhere in the US, one of the southern states (Florida or California) or New Zealand.
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    (Original post by mathperson)
    Since I speak Australian, I guess Australia or New Zealand.

    I would definetly like to live in either of those two locations.
    Is there much difference between the two?
    I love the Australian accent 😊


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    New Zealand. Specifically: the shire.

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    (Original post by Lawstudent321)
    I love the Australian accent ������


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    Oh really? It is a pretty cool accent.

    It is weird because I am British but people often say that I sound Australian. I mean it's scary!
    In my first year of uni', as Christmas approached, mates asked if I was planning on going back to Australia for Christmas - they assumed I'm Australian!
    I've had customers at work ask how long I've been in the country, assuming I'm from Australia or NZ!
    I don't just mean one or two comments about accent, I've had multiple people at uni' assume I'm Australian/NZ and people at various places of work bring it up. It is weird and a little bit scary I must say lol.

    I'm wondering if I go over there do you think they'll let me in without my passport ;P
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    Nepal, such a beautiful place.
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    canada is great for pharmacy and mechanical engineering is great at kuwait
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    (Original post by mathperson)
    Oh really? It is a pretty cool accent.

    It is weird because I am British but people often say that I sound Australian. I mean it's scary!
    In my first year of uni', as Christmas approached, mates asked if I was planning on going back to Australia for Christmas - they assumed I'm Australian!
    I've had customers at work ask how long I've been in the country, assuming I'm from Australia or NZ!
    I don't just mean one or two comments about accent, I've had multiple people at uni' assume I'm Australian/NZ and people at various places of work bring it up. It is weird and a little bit scary I must say lol.

    I'm wondering if I go over there do you think they'll let me in without my passport ;P
    Haha yeah I do like it a lot, if you are able to go then you'll have to smuggle me in your suitcase because I'm planning to go to NZ anyways! I have a weird accent as well, I went abroad recently and nobody could tell I was British they all thought that I was from somewhere more exotic, I wish!


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    (Original post by Lawstudent321)
    Haha yeah I do like it a lot, if you are able to go then you'll have to smuggle me in your suitcase because I'm planning to go to NZ anyways! I have a weird accent as well, I went abroad recently and nobody could tell I was British they all thought that I was from somewhere more exotic, I wish!


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    Yeah I would like to go to NZ or Australia too...but if anyone over there says "you're British aren't you" I think I'll go mad haha
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    The US: I would choose this if they sorted out their healthcare and education system, crime rate is also a bit of a concern. I also get the impression that there are a lot of crazy people there.
    Canada: Aparently Canada is a friendly place to live although its cold climate really puts me off.
    Australia: I chose this as my choice because Its sunny there, a lot of english are there and they seem to have a good work life balance.
    Germany: I dont speak German, I'm a realist so that wont happen.
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    (Original post by Aaron9890)
    Australia, great weather, great accent, great beaches, great women. What more could you want?
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    A lack of these, perhaps?
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    A lack of these, perhaps?
    Oh yeah, forgot about them! Still the other things appeal to me, I would just have to hope I wouldn't come across a spider lol
 
 
 
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