I just saw the word "vit" used for "lives" in one of the examples sighted above. What is the difference between "vit" and "habite"?

Olu

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7 November 2018

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I just saw the word "vit" used for "lives" in one of the examples sighted above. What is the difference between "vit" and "habite"?

This relates to:
Nationalities differ depending on whether you're a man or a woman (adjectives) -

Steve

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7 November 2018

7/11/18

Olu,

Here's a good explanation:

https://www.lawlessfrench.com/grammar/habiter-vs-vivre/.

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