Posted by R. Berg on February 07, 2002
In Reply to: French expressions posted by TM on February 06, 2002
: I was actually looking for french expressions that can be translated
into english litteraly....
: For example:
: he who risks nothing has nothing - qui ne risque rien n'a rien
: Money is the root of all evil-l'argent est la racine de tous les maux
: I am not quite sure what is was that people posted in reply to my question.... but it wasn't what I was looking for. I guess I wasn't clear with my question, sorry :) So there are some examples of what I am looking for. Can anyone come up with some more???
From this one, I learned that French has "The end justifies the
means" and "At night all cats are gray."
If this sort of thing is what you want, you can most likely find more such sites by typing "French proverbs" in the box at www.google.com