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    Ahh :woo: Could someone please translate these:
    1. Qu’est que qu’il y a pour les jeunes dans ta région?
    2. Si tu veux faire du shopping du vas-tu?

    Thanks!! :yep:
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    what is there for young people (to do) in your region?
    if you want to go shopping, where do you go?
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    what is there for young people in your area?
    and summat about shopping?
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    Hmm I haven't done French in a while so I may be wrong but it's...

    1. What is that is there for young people (to do) in your region?
    2. If you want to go shopping where do you go?

    EDIT: Oops, I was too slow :/
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    (Original post by crystal-09)
    Ahh :woo: Could someone please translate these:
    1. Qu’est que qu’il y a pour les jeunes dans ta région?
    2. Si tu veux faire du shopping du vas-tu?

    Thanks!! :yep:
    Yep, as above they say:

    - What is there for young people to do in your area?
    - If you want to go shopping, where do you go?

    The only reason I comment is because I think the second one should say:

    Si tu veux faire du shopping d'où vas-tu?
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    Thankyou! (:
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    The second one should say "Si tu veux faire du shopping, où vas-tu?".
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    use google translator next time :P
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    (Original post by crystal-09)
    Ahh :woo: Could someone please translate these:
    1. Qu’est que qu’il y a pour les jeunes dans ta région?
    2. Si tu veux faire du shopping du vas-tu?

    Thanks!! :yep:
    1. What is there for young people in your area
    2. I assume you mean ou vas-tu, in which case its if you want to go shopping where do you go?
    Edit: lol waay too late my bad
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    1) What is there for young people to do in your area?
    2) If you want to do some shopping, where do you go?
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    Use WordReference!
    It's an absolute life saver. But its more for single words and phrases
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    (Original post by lubus)
    use google translator next time :P

    google translator sucks, it's one of the worst translators i know ¬¬
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    1. What is there for young people in your area?
    If you want to shop where you going?

    this is what it translates it to, which is not perefect but gives you a general idea of the meaning
 
 
 
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