How do you translate " Je m'associe pour aimer mis pas pour hair""?

SheldonB2Kwiziq community member

How do you translate " Je m'associe pour aimer mis pas pour hair""?

Asked 3 years ago
LauraKwiziq team member
Bonjour Sheldon, That's a slightly misquoted line from Antigone; the correct French line is « Je m'associe pour aimer non pas pour haïr ». It means "I join with others to love not to hate," but it's more commonly translated as "I was born to love not to hate."

How do you translate " Je m'associe pour aimer mis pas pour hair""?

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