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To ask “what do you do for a living?” in French you can say qu-est-ce que tu fais comme travail ?, or in a more formal situation, qu-est-ce que vous
To ask “what do you do for a living?” in Italian you can say che lavoro fai?, or in a more formal situation, che lavoro fa? In this episode of Coffee
To ask “do you have brothers and sisters?” in French you can say as-tu des frères et soeurs ?, or in a more formal situation, avez-vous des frères et soeurs
To ask “do you have brothers and sisters?” in Italian you can say hai fratelli?, or in a more formal situation, ha fratelli? You may also want to ask someone
Here at Coffee Break Languages we believe that there are many ways to learn a language, and it’s not always the case that you need to go out to an evening class on a cold Tuesday night in winter! On our YouTube channel we feature tips and tricks for language learners. In this video, our CEO, Mark Pentleton, explains how language learning can happen even in the most unlikely places.
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