|The adjective ‘typical’ just means ‘ordinary’ so you need to specify ‘typical of what’
e.g. We visited a village with typical houses of the region.
|The people that he met were very friendly = The people he met were very friendly
The optional word is ‘that’. (The translation of ‘que’ is usually an optional element)
|You can say
I took the plane to New York or I flew to New York
The verb FLY translates as voler, prendre l’avion or piloter (un avion)
NB un vol = a flight (don’t forget to pronounce the T)
|On holiday (vacation)?
What do the following expressions mean?
Bed & Breakfast = chambre d’hôtes
Bedsit = studio
Self-catering = équipé pour la préparation des repas
Of course, B&B is well-known in French now.
|Finally, a commonly used synonym for ‘obligatory’ is compulsory (or mandatory)|
Typical, optional relative pronoun, meanings of FLY, holiday accommodation terms, synonyms of obligatory.