"Work part-time"

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"Work part-time"

Post by Albus » Tue 03.30.2010 12:24 pm

How do you say "I'm working part-time"?
Would it be "arubaito de hataraite ite"? Can I use "tsutomete" to express this?

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Re: "Work part-time"

Post by Sairana » Tue 03.30.2010 12:42 pm

I think it's just:
arubaito wo shiteiru

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Re: "Work part-time"

Post by So Just Throw A Chair At Me » Thu 04.01.2010 11:19 pm

Also "hijoukin de hataraiteiru"
非常勤で働いている
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Re: "Work part-time"

Post by becki_kanou » Fri 04.02.2010 12:08 am

It also seems to me that recently バイト is more commonly used than アルバイト. You can also say パート.
そうだ、嬉しいんだ、生きる喜び!
例え胸の傷が痛んでも。

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Re: "Work part-time"

Post by NileCat » Fri 04.02.2010 4:39 pm

バイト          |    です 
パート          |    してます
アルバイト       |    やってます
パートタイム      |    で勤めてます
非常勤 (limited use)|    で働いてます

    (pick one)    +    (pick one)    =     :)

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Re: "Work part-time"

Post by Albus » Fri 04.02.2010 10:55 pm

Thank you very much.

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