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How do you say "keep looking at the ground don't worry about the floor" in French?

Asked by flo (12857points) January 30th, 2018

Is there no French word for ground, as in the outdoors?

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janbb's avatar

“Terre” is earth; could work.

flo's avatar

How do you say the sentence though?

janbb's avatar

Garder les yeux sur la terre, ne vous inquietez pas au sujet du planche.

flo's avatar

Thanks.

janbb's avatar

* Just saw an error, it should be “Gardez….”

flo's avatar

I figured that. By the way, is that the way people talk or is it direct translation?

janbb's avatar

I think that would be correct French, whether it would be idiomatic I don’t know enough to sat.

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