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Vivre, habiter and demeurer all mean ‘to live’

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Je vis bien.

Vivre, habiter and demeurer all mean to live.

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To practice, translate into French, using 'vivre, habiter or demeurer'.

  1. I live in Paris.
  2. You live well with that salary.
  3. She lives an incredible love story.
  4. The lawyer is asking where I live.
  5. We live off of the rental income.
  6. We live at 3, Lavender Street.
  7. Do you live in a mountain region?
  8. They live far away.
  9. They no longer live here.
  10. Eat to live, don’t live to eat.

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