(Les jours fĂ©riĂ©s), on ne travaille pas : (On bank holidays), we don't worktravailler, prĂ©sent
On is an informal replacement for "we", "you", "they", "someone", or "people in general".
En France, on aime bien rĂąler In France, we love to complain.
(Hier), on n'a pas travaillĂ© : (Yesterday) we didn't worktravailler, passĂ© composĂ©
  • "Et les jours de piscine, on ne travaille pas."
  • "Jeudi, c’Ă©tait le 1er novembre, c’est un jour fĂ©riĂ©, on ne travaille pas."
  • "Vendredi, il y avait grĂšve dans le mĂ©tro, on n’a pas travaillĂ©."
  • "Et dimanche, Ă©videmment, on ne travaille pas non plus."

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