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It is very unlikely that you will even have to say any word at all. You could try asking the people next to you in the plane if they can help you with immigrations, they can have their passports checked at the same time as you, like families do. If they would have any questions they will contact a translator for you if they don't have anyone working who ...


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I’m not sure if there will be, this will be hard to tell especially at different times and shifts. In advance as long as you just provide them with any documents they can ask for (passport and any other documents) then you can just make it clear you don’t speak their language. If you present all the documents they may ask for you should be able to proceed ...


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While driving through France Sept. 2019 we frequently encountered pumps vending two grades of "gasoil" (what the French call diesel fuel). One was labeled simply "gasoil" and the other something like "super" or "ultra" gasoil, both of the same brand. My diesel driving brother-in-law wasn't sure of the difference and always used the cheaper of the two. We ...


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It is not uncommon for Portuguese (and Spanish) adresses, to include the floor on which the apartment is located. The generally used format for Portugal is: |--------------------------------- |------------------------------------ | | MANUEL GASPAR | Name + Surname | | LG DR ANTÓNIO VIANA 1, 2o, DTO | Street + ...


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