#EngProverb: English Proverbs (29)

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

Compiled and written by @fabfebby at @EnglishTips4U on December 01, 2013.

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