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"Mine forældre arbejder for regeringen, hvor de laver mange love."

Translation:My parents work for the government, where they make many laws.

3 years ago

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Mange love!

Love...

3 years ago

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Fra Rusland med love!

3 years ago

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Xaxaxaxaa

3 years ago

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The Ministry of Love

3 years ago

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Where they make a lot of love

3 years ago

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In Czech, love is a slang for money (gypsy origin), so these parents must be rich :-).

3 years ago

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In other countries it is common for some sort of parliament to make the laws.

2 years ago

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Exactly! Parliament makes the laws, the government makes policies.

8 months ago

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The government doesn't make any laws, the Parliament does. Also in Denmark.

2 months ago

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Ah, they must not be US Congresspeople, then.

2 weeks ago