"They would help the people who are unemployed." Not accepted. Pourquoi non?
------ nor does duo accept "out of work ... " . . .
Big 8 aug 20
Accepted on 6 January 22.
Why not "They would help people who are on unemployment benefits"
'They would help people who were unemployed.' or 'They would help unemployed people.'
Yes, the verb tenses seem to conflict.
It's present tense so you can't say "were
unemployed". But your other choice (unemployed people) is accepted.
no "s" sound on the slow speech
In English "the unemployed people" is a bit wordy. Don't we normally say "the unemployed" ?
chomeur/chomeuse is the word for unemployed. The sentence does translate as unemployed people
They would like to help the unemployed people?