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    經典英語諺語

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      經典英語諺語

      1、Pain past is pleasure.

      過去的痛苦就是快樂。


    2、Wisdom in the mind is better than money in the hand.

      腦中有知識,勝過手中有金錢。


    3、Nothing is impossible for a willing heart.

      心之所愿,無所不成。


    4、All things are difficult before they are easy.

      凡事必先難后易。


    5、Great hopes make great man.

      偉大的理想造就偉大的人。


    6、God helps those who help themselves.

      天助自助者。


    7、Four short words sum up what has lifted most successful individuals above the crowd: a little bit more.

      四個簡短的詞匯概括了成功的秘訣:多一點點!


    8、It is the first step that costs troublesome.

      萬事開頭難。


    9、East or west, home is best.

      東好西好,還是家里最好。


    10、Two heads are better than one.

      三個臭皮匠,頂個諸葛亮。


    11、Good company on the road is the shortest cut.

      行路有良伴就是捷徑。


    12、Constant dropping wears the stone.

      滴水穿石。


    13、Friends agree best at distance.

      朋友之間也會保持距離。


    14、Friends are thieves of time.

      朋友是時間的竊賊。


    15、Friends must part.

      再好的朋友也有分手的時候。


    16、Genius is nothing but labor and diligence.

      天才不過是勤奮而已。


    17、Give a dog a bad name and hang him.

      眾口鑠金,積毀銷骨。


    18、God helps those who help themselves.

      自助者天助。


    19、Gold will not buy anything.

      黃金并非萬能。


    20、Good for good is natural, good for evil is manly.

      以德報德是常理,以德報怨大丈夫。


    21、Good health is over wealth.

      健康是最大的財富。


    22、Good medicine for health tastes bitter to the mouth.

      良藥苦口利于病。


    23、Good watch prevents misfortune.

      謹慎消災。


    24、Great barkers are no biters.

      好狗不擋道。


    25、Great hopes make great man.

      偉大的抱負造就偉大的人物。


    26、Great minds think alike.

      英雄所見略同。


    27、Great men have great faults.

      英雄犯大錯誤。


    28、Great men's sons seldom do well.

      富不過三代。


    29、Great trees are good for nothing but shade.

      大樹底下好乘涼。


    30、Great wits have short memories.

      貴人多忘事。


    31、Greedy folks have long arms.

      心貪手長。


    32、Guilty consciences make men cowards.

      做賊心虛。


    33、Habit cures habit.

      心病還需心藥醫。


    34、Handsome is he who does handsomely.

      行為漂亮才算美。


    35、Happiness takes no account of time.

      歡樂不覺時光過。


    36、Happy is he who owes nothing.

      要想活得痛快,身上不能背債。


    37、Happy is the man who learns from the misfortunes of others.

      吸取他人教訓,自己才會走運。


    38、Harm set, harm get.

      害人害己。


    39、Hasty love, soon cold.

      一見鐘情難維久。


    40、Health is better than wealth.

      健康勝過財富。


    41、Health is happiness.

      健康就是幸福。


    42、Hear all parties.

      兼聽則明。


    43、Heaven never helps the man who will not act.

      自己不動,叫天何用。


    44、He is a fool that forgets himself.

      愚者忘乎所以。


    45、He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs.

      背后說好話,才是真朋友。


    46、He is a wise man who speaks little.

      聰明不是掛在嘴上。


    47、He is lifeless that is faultless.

      只有死人才不犯錯誤。


    48、He is not fit to command others that cannot command himself.

      正人先正己。


    49、He is not laughed at that laughs at himself first.

      自嘲者不會讓人見笑。


    50、He is wise that is honest.

      誠實者最明智。


    51、He knows most who speaks least.

      大智若愚。


    52、He laughs best who laughs last.

      誰笑到最后,誰笑得最好。


    53、He sets the fox to keep the geese.

      引狼入室。


    54、He that climbs high falls heavily.

      爬得越高,摔得越重。


    55、He that will not work shall not eat.

      不勞動者不得食。


    56、He who does not advance loses ground.

      逆水行舟,不進則退。


    57、He who makes constant complaint gets little compassion.

      常訴苦,沒人同情。


    58、He who makes no mistakes makes nothing.

      想不犯錯誤,就一事無成。


    59、He who risks nothing gains nothing.

      收獲與風險并存。


    60、History repeats itself.

      歷史往往重演。


    61、Honesty is the best policy.

      做人誠信為本。


    62、Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.

      抱最好的愿望,做最壞的打算。


    63、I cannot be your friend and your flatterer too.

      朋友不能阿諛奉承。


    64、If a man deceives me once, shame on him, if he deceives me twice, shame on me.

      上當一回頭,再多就可恥。


    65、If you make yourself an ass, don't complain if people ride you.

      人善被人欺,馬善被人騎。


    66、If your ears glow, someone is talking of you.

      耳朵發燒,有人念叨。


    67、If you run after two hares, you will catch neither.

      腳踏兩條船,必定落空。


    68、If you sell the cow, you sell her milk too.

      殺雞取卵。


    69、If you venture nothing, you will have nothing.

      不入虎穴,焉得虎子。


    70、If you want knowledge, you must toil for it.

      要想求知,就得吃苦。


    71、Industry is the parent of success.

      勤奮是成功之母。


    72、It is better to die when life is a disgrace.

      寧為玉碎,不為瓦全。


    73、It is easier to get money than to keep it.

      掙錢容易攢錢難。


    74、It is easy to be wise after the event.

      事后諸葛亮好當。


    75、It is easy to open a shop but hard to keep it always open.

      創業容易守業難。


    76、It is hard to please all.

      眾口難調。(www.usun-digital.com)


    77、It is never too old to learn.

      活到老,學到老。


    78、It is no use crying over spilt milk.

      腹水難收。

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