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"J'habite à Paris ≠ Je vis bien". Match the French and the English sentences. This is Anne's native take on building vocabulary, one topic at a time. Find more - including AUDIO files and GENDER of nouns - at

J'habite à Paris.

I live in Paris.

Tu vis bien avec ce salaire.

You live well with that salary.

Elle vit une histoire d'amour incroyable.

She lives an incredible love story.

Le notaire demande où je demeure.

The lawyer is asking where I live.

On vit des rentes.

We live off of the rental income.

Nous demeurons au 3, rue des Lavandes.

We live at 3, Lavender Street.

Vous habitez à la montagne ?

Do you live in a mountain region?

Ils habitent loin.

They live far away.

Elles n'habitent plus là.

They no longer live here.

Il faut manger pour vivre, et non vivre pour manger.

Eat to live don't live to eat.

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