What's the word for "violining" in other languages?
We have an international community, so this seems a good place to ask...
In English, we "play" a violin (or we 'practice,'like one does medicine?). In Spanish one "touches" the violin(tocar , different from 'jugar' to play a game). What do people do in other languages do?
And I LOVE typos--konw--right, know.
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