"ÔngcủatôiđangsốngCộnghoàSéc."

Translation:My grandfather is living in the Czech Republic.

2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Thomas457134

"lives in" is the same as "is living in" for non native English speakers. cheers

9 months ago

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Just to double-check - it's safe to assume that any country names we learn in these lessons are in common use in Vietnam (as opposed to their English names)?

2 years ago

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Of course, yes. They all are common.

2 years ago

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"Cộng hoà" means republic;
"Séc" is a loanword from Czech.

3 months ago
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