Phrase of the Day: to live/I live



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Learning a new word or phrase every day is a great way to build your vocabulary step by step. That’s why we share words and phrases in several languages so that you can learn continuously. Whether you’re learning French, German, or Greek, you’ll find these phrases useful. Try to use this phrase today!

Let’s learn “to live/I live” in several of our Living Languages.

Language Phrase [Transliteration]
French to reside: habiter / j’habite; to be alive: vivre / je vis
German leben / ich lebe
Italian to reside: abitare / io abito; to be alive: vivere / io vivo
Brazilian Portuguese to reside: morar / eu moro; to be alive: viver / eu vivo
Spanish vivir / yo vivo
Arabic يعيش [yaxiish] /  أعيش [axiish]
Chinese 生活 [shēnghuó] / 我生活 [wǒ shēnghuó]
Japanese to reside: 住む [sumu] / (私は)住む [(watashi wa) sumu]; to be alive: 生きる [ikiru] / (私は)生きる [(watashi wa) ikiru]
Korean 사는 [saneun] / 나는 삽니다/살다 [naneun sabnida/salda]
Greek να ζω [na zo] / εγώ ζω [e-GHO zo]
Hebrew לגור [la’gur] / אני גר [ani gar – masculine] / אני גרה [ani gara – feminine]
Russian жить [zhit’] / я живу [ya zhivu]
Irish mair / mairim
Vietnamese sống / tôi sống

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