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Example: Les babysitters travaillent souvent au noir. Babysitters are often paid under the table. Monique likes to read overly sentimental novels.
Example: Les babysitters travaillent souvent au noir.
Babysitters are often paid under the table. Monique likes to read overly sentimental novels. And now, my favorite French color word… la grisaille — grayness.
This word is used to describe overcast, cloudy, gloomy dhating and the general ambiance that creates. But personally, dans la grisaille parisienne, je vois la vie en rose! In the grayness of Paris, I see life in a happy way! The ificance of colors in French The French flag contains tricolor bands of blue, white and red. But all cultures give colors another meaning, as well.
The French generally hold the same connotative definitions of colors as people in the rest of the Western world. For example, white is a color that symbolizes purity, which is why most French brides wear it.
Red is a color of passion or danger, which is why warning s, stop s, but also sexy dresses and hcating are this color. Green is a color associated with nature and wellbeing, and so on.
But beyond that, national identity and everyday life plays a role, too. The most notable one is actually a combination of three colors: bleu, blanc, rouge blue, white, red. Sometimes, especially in a historical context, this trio is called la tricolore the tri-colored flag.
When the current French flag emerged after the Revolution, the blue and red were the colors of Paris and the white was the color of the royal House of Bourbon. Essentially, the flag encouraged unity between the king and the rest of the populace. Unfortunately, that did not end well…. Today la tricolore symbolizes national pride and unity.
It never inspires fervid patriotism the way that the US flag might; instead, the French see the flag as a reminder that all French citizens are supposed to be equal. Although the only minority group mentioned here is people of North African descent, the implication is that all people Local dating site French, regardless of their ethnicity or skin color.
Individually, bleu and rouge each have special ificance to the French, as well. Les Bleus are the national football soccer team. Unlike the flag, talking about Les Bleus often will evoke a sort of passionate national pride.
Go Blues! Like the flag, the team evokes an idealistic sense of equality, since the players come from many different ethnic, racial, religious, and social backgrounds.
Under French law, all citizens have equal rights, but discrimination exists in many ways in FMF in Miami culture. Recently, for example, tryy has been on the rise. NEVER describe someone as jaune — this is a racist way to describe people of Asian background; say asiatique instead. Another color that has a special connotation to the French on its own is rouge.
For the French, several colors are associated with politics or political issues, and red is Women in Chattanooga wv wanting cock big one. The Verts Green Party are another political movement associated with a color. Currently, another color has some strong political associations for the French — well, in a certain form. Within the movement, there are some variations — some people want the government to help the poor and the working class, while others just want to watch the world burn.
On a more fun note, the color pink in France is often associated with the sexual or the sentimental. What colors do French people like? As for clothing, while some particular styles, like street, ethnic, or glam, are an exception, most traditional French people opt for subtlety and well-made, timeless pieces or fashionable cuts in more neutral colors black, denim, etc.
That said, the French do admire people with a unique sense of style that works, even if they might not choose to copy said style. You might think this has something to do with bleu, blanc, rouge, or Les Bleus, but in fact, blue is a favorite color throughout the world.
What about you? Et vois-tu la vie en rose? French Vocabulary Alysa Salzberg Alysa Salzberg is an American writer, worrier, teacher, and cookie enthusiast who has lived in Paris, France, for more than a decade.
She has taught English and French for more than ten years, most notably as an assistante de langue vivante for L'Education Nationale. You can read about her adventures hereor feel free to stop by her website.
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