Ready to learn everything you ever wanted to know about the romantic French saying “Qui se ressemble s’assemble”?
More precisely, it includes a complete guide of what it is and how you can use it in a casual conversation with an audio example. Plus, we also added some super useful stuff like slow pronunciation audio, dialogue example, synonym and more!
There are two meanings for this French proverb:
The first one is that people with same habits / character / tastes / history / etc. find each other naturally. Because they are unconsciously looking for someone who can understand them. These people are more likely to become friends or end up in a relationship.
And the second is a consequence of the first one: we should know that people who gather (friends or couples) are more likely to have common traits. And these traits can be qualities as well as defects.
Every time you discover common traits between two friends or two members of a couple, don’t be surprised! Use “Qui se ressemble s’assemble” instead.
You can also have a clue of who someone is, based on his close friends and relatives. But be careful! This is not an exact science and you may face many counter-examples.
We also have a proverb saying the exact opposite: “Les opposés s’attirent“. (“Opposites attract“)
And the debate about which one is the “truth” is still on…
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