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In Quebec, however, it’s almost universally accepted that both masculine and feminine forms should exist for all job titles.
I’ve included both the feminine and masculine forms for each of the jobs below (when available), and will leave it to you to decide which you feel is best.
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Many of the saxophone manufacturers, reed makers, and even audio companies are based in other countries – one of which is France. I almost always get asked how I’m involved in music (or about what I do).
In short, I’ve learned to master talking about what I do in French, and now, I look forward to helping you do the same.
Je reçois aussi dix livres par mois de mes parents. You may also have to talk about your work experience.
You may have to be interviewed for a summer job, in which case you would probably have to answer straight forward questions about your personal details and qualities. J'ai travaillé dans un magasin de mode au centre-ville.
Here are a few different ways you can ask someone else what they do for a living: ” Job positions in the French language often have two forms – feminine and masculine.
There is some debate (by the French) over whether two forms should exist, or if the masculine form alone should be used, so you’ll likely encounter French people who sit on both sides of the fence.