Really Quick French

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Define/translate:

rien
venir
culturelle

I'm have trouble translating/defining these in english.

Merci

  • Really Quick French -

    rien = nothing (not anything)
    venir = to come
    culturelle = cultural, feminine singular form

    Sra (aka Mme)

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