French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a new word for “look.”
“Look,” Macron said in a speech Monday at the opening of the new French Language School in Paris.
“A word with no direct meaning but a symbol for a process of thought, of thinking and reflection.”
In his speech, Macron called the word “loi” a “labouratory of thoughts” and said it would be a “positive step” in the countrys development.
“It is the key to our future,” he said.
“We will always be a French country, but the French language will become more and more an instrument for our development.
Let us continue to think and to work and to develop our French.” “
Let us not wait for a moment when we need to give up our French.
Let us continue to think and to work and to develop our French.”
Macron’s words were greeted with applause in the French media, which had been reporting on the word’s creation as the “laboratories of thought” since March.
The French word “louve” was first used in the 14th century, and the word is pronounced as “le-voo,” meaning “look,” “lady,” or “lover.”
Macron’s announcement came a day after the National Assembly voted to allow for a lisére, a French word for a book or magazine, to be printed in French.
In a letter to Macron, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy said the word would help in creating “an independent France, a new France that is not a slave to the world.”
He called the new législation “a powerful and important step.”
“I am confident that it will be used by the French in the future to express the full richness of our culture, our language, our values and to contribute to the strengthening of our national identity,” he wrote.
The French government is considering a líve de l’autonomy, or la liberté, to protect its language.
According to the National Library of France, the new language school will be called the French Language Institute, but it has yet to be named.
French media reported Monday that the lisés would be printed and distributed in all of France by March.