Good evening, fellas! It’s raining now at my area. What about yours? Does rain ruin your plans tonight, fellas?
What’s the menu for today’s session? The menu is #EngProverb. I will share some proverbs to you, fellas. Here we go…
1. A bad penny always turns up.
Meaning: bad people have a habit of showing up or returning.
2. A fool and his money are soon parted.
Meaning: stupid people spend their money carelessly and soon become poor.
3. Graves are of all sizes.
Meaning: people die at all ages; no one is too young to die.
4. Good wine needs no bush.
Meaning: something of good quality does not need to be advertised.
5. Handsome is as handsome does.
Meaning: good character and behaviour are more important than good looks.
6. Let sleeping dogs lie.
Meaning: don’t restart an old argument or conflict.
7. A closed mouth catches no flies.
Meaning: it is often safer to keep someone’s mouth shut.
8. Don’t bite off more than you can chew.
Meaning: do not take on more responsibility than you can handle at any one time.
9. Well begun is half done.
Meaning: a good start to a task leads to its easy and successful completion.
10. Nothing venture, nothing gain.
Meaning: without risks, there are no rewards.
That’s all for tonight, fellas. See you tomorrow, fellas. Cheerio! :D