Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 What to do in Lauterbrunnen with Toddler
  2. 2 Driving from Rome to Florence?
  3. 3 Beaches in Southern France
  4. 4 Rome Rental Car
  5. 5 Has there ever been a better time for earth to self-detonate into oblivion?
  6. 6 cell phone companys
  7. 7 4 Nights in London - Itinerary Details
  8. 8 3 days with a Swindon base
  9. 9 3 days to spend in europe
  10. 10 Switzerland and Northern Italy
  11. 11 Italy for the first time
  12. 12 Based in Burford, how to spend our time
  13. 13 Toddler stroller - Yes or No for Switzerland trip?
  14. 14 Train Ticket with Swiss Pass or individual ticket?
  15. 15 Train reservatiions needed in Switzerland in October?
  16. 16 Why doesn't anyone talk about staying in the 2nd arr in Paris? Am I blind?
  17. 17 italy itinerary
  18. 18 Marseille or Cassis for Day in Port?
  19. 19 Need Help with Itinerary – First Time in Portugal (2 Weeks)
  20. 20 Budget stay in or around Heidelberg
  21. 21 Please suggest best itinerary
  22. 22 Skip the line passes for Venice, Florence, Rome
  23. 23 Trip Report Trip Report Crete May 2016
  24. 24 French lavender and cottages
  25. 25 Earthquake info for Perugia and Assisi
View next 25 » Back to the top

A chacun son goût

Jump to last reply

Over and over again, I see this mistakenly written as "Chacun a son goût" by English speaking people, including a tattoo around Robbie Williams' chest.

The correct expression is "à chacun son goût" -- "to each his own (taste)."

It is most certainly not "Each has his taste," which is the translation of that other formulation.

I hope some people have learned something. :)

150 Replies | Jump to bottom Add a Reply
150 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement