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Friday at 6:30 pm
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Virginie
Wednesday at 7:14 am
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Hi Ahmed,


I am not sure what you mean exactly. Could you be more specific?


Thank you,


Virginie

ch shahbaaz ahmed
Wednesday at 5:46 am
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pl give me any web site freanch languge ok next time

ch shahbaaz ahmed
Wednesday at 5:44 am
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HELLO

Virginie
Tuesday at 7:09 am
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Hi Jian,


"Un docteur" and "un médecin" both mean "a doctor". The slight difference is that "un docteur" is mostly used in the country whereas "un médecin" is more urban. But you can use both in all context, this is not a strong difference.


As for "la médecine", it is the practice, the concept.


Example:

Jules étudie la médecine pour être médecin/docteur.

Jules studies medical practice to be a doctor.


Does that make sense?


Feel free to ask more questions!


Virginie

Jian
Tuesday at 12:32 am
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What is the difference between docteur and medicine. Are they both mean doctor in English?

kimngan
Saturday at 10:11 am
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