To countries separated by a common language.

MarkC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

To countries separated by a common language.

More on in line.. accepted that Americans call a queue a line but in ordinary English, standing in a line is a common enough thing to do without being anywhere near a queue so maybe need to accept en ligne as well.

In the lesson where you have the example to hand, there is a clue but not in general Kwizes.



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CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Mark,

Thank you for your comment! The English translations have been updated to include: to stand in line / to wait in line.

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

To countries separated by a common language.

More on in line.. accepted that Americans call a queue a line but in ordinary English, standing in a line is a common enough thing to do without being anywhere near a queue so maybe need to accept en ligne as well.

In the lesson where you have the example to hand, there is a clue but not in general Kwizes.



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