Rien n'est comparable à ce sentiment

floralies

Senior Member
France
Hi,

Je parle du sentiment provoqué par l'amour.

Est-ce que "Rien n'est comparable à ce sentiment" se dit:

"Nothing compares to this feeling ou with this feeling?" ou autrement?

Merci

Floralies
 
  • snarkhunter

    Senior Member
    French - France
    Bonjour,

    Dans ce cas précis, je dirais pour ma part "Nothing compares to this feeling"... mais je ne saurais malheureusement justifier ma réponse - c'est vraiment d'instinct.

    ... Peut-être est-elle influencée par le titre de cette ancienne chanson de Sinéad O'Connor : "Nothing Compares 2 U" ?!
     

    doinel

    Senior Member
    France French
    Il me semble qu'avec With il faut au moins deux éléments de comparaison or là il n'y en a pas et pour cause. Cf Nothing compares to you.
     

    Omelette

    Senior Member
    UK English
    As snarkhunter says it's 'comparable to this feeling.'
    There is quite a complicated rule which possibly I, or someone else could explain.
    But that's the brief answer.
     

    Omelette

    Senior Member
    UK English
    In that sentence 'compares to' is better than 'comparable to'. I was trying to think of the rule, rather than your sentence, when I wrote 'comparable to.'
     
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