"J'aime bien ce genre de jeu de rôle."

Translation:I like this kind of role playing.

April 26, 2018



I like this type of role play,should be accepted

June 24, 2018


And you are so right. It's actually more accurate.

October 4, 2018


Shouldn't this be in the flirting section

April 26, 2018


Role play, is the commonly used phrase in American English. It should be accepted 8/30/2018

August 27, 2018


Role play is the common phrase in British and Australian English too. The only "role playing" needs "games" added to the end.

January 11, 2019


Isn't aimer bien generally translated as really like?

July 4, 2018


From what I understand, j'aime bien is just a regular like, even less profound than j'aime used alone. In progression, followed by j'aime beaucoup..

August 10, 2018


My understanding is that "j'aime bien" means "I really like" at least thats what I was told by Duolingo earlier in this study when I wrote "I like".
Oh and Role-playing is not always associated with eroticism, it can just as easily be dungeons and dragons.

September 7, 2018


In proper English, love & like usage can be interspersed with each other, depending on the context, and not necessarily always in the erotic sense. It is correct tosay: I LOVE THE GAME OF TENNIS! I REST MY CASE!

November 10, 2018


Duo, please accept 'role play'.

January 1, 2019

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Play/playing, really , no matter the context

August 20, 2018


What's wrong with acting. What's all this role playing business.

December 27, 2018


From the audio, it could be either jeux de rôle or jeu de role. Either would make sense in French.

If you're talking about genre, it implies that it's about role playing games, which are "jeux de rôle". Role Play is jeu de rôle, and it's not role playing unless you add game to the end.

This needs to be fixed. I have reported it.

January 11, 2019


j'aime bien can be translated as: i love

November 10, 2018


I think DL would disagree. If you want to say I "love" a thing, they teach it should be "adorer."

November 10, 2018


"aimer bien" is always "to like"; "aimer" is "to love +person" and " to like + thing".

December 18, 2018


@Jey509578 wrong! see @CSA_GW's comment for correct usage of "j'aime bien"

December 30, 2018
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