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ENGLISH GRAMMAR. PROVERBS Homer too nods Where there is a will there is a way Health is wealth Might is right A rolling stone gathers no mass ¡¨ÉìÌõ.

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1 ENGLISH GRAMMAR

2 PROVERBS

3 Homer too nods Where there is a will there is a way Health is wealth Might is right A rolling stone gathers no mass ¡¨ÉìÌõ «Ê ºÚìÌõ ÁÉÁ¢Õó¾¡ø Á¡÷ì¸õ ¯ñÎ §¿¡ÂüÈ Å¡ú§Å ̨ÈÅüÈ ¦ºøÅõ ¾Ê ±Îò¾Åý ¾ñ¼ø¸¡Ãý ¿¢¨ÄÂüÈÅý ¨¸Â¢ø ¦ºøÅõ ¾í¸¡Ð

4 1.Money makes many things. 2.Love thy neighbour. 3.Union is strength. 4.Delay of justice is injustice. 5.Charity begins at home. 1.À½õ ÀòÐõ ¦ºöÔõ. 2.«ÂÄ¡¨ÃÔõ §¿º¢. 3.´üÚ¨Á§Â ÅÄ¢¨Á. 4.¸¡Ä ¾¡Á¾Á¡É ¿£¾¢ «¿£¾¢. 5.¾ÉìÌô §À¡¸ò ¾¡ý ¾¡ÉÓõ ¾÷ÁÓõ.

5 1.Prevention is better than cure. 2.Barking dogs seldom bite. 3.Time and tide wait for none. 4.Many a drop maketh an ocean. 5.The child is the father of the man. 1.¦ÅûÇõ ÅÕõ Óý «¨½ §À¡¼ §ÅñÎõ. 2.̨ÃìÌõ ¿¡ö ¸Ê측Ð. 3.³Â÷ ÅÕõ Ũà «Á¡Å¡¨º ¸¡ò¾¢Õ측Ð. 4.º¢Ú ÐÇ¢ ¦ÀÕ ¦ÅûÇõ. 5.Å¢¨ÇÔõ À¢÷ ӨǢ§Ä ¦¾Ã¢Ôõ.

6 1.Man proposes, God disposes. 2.Calm before storm. 3.Covet not, lose not. 4.No smoke without fire. 5.Work is worship. 1.¿¡¦Á¡ýÚ ¿¢¨Éì¸ ¦¾öÅõ ´ýÚ ¿¢¨ÉìÌõ. 2.ÒÂÖìÌ Óý «¨Á¾¢. 3.§Àᨺ ¦ÀÕõ ¿Œ¼õ. 4.¦¿ÕôÀ¢ýÈ¢ Ò¨¸Â¡Ð. 5.¦ºöÔõ ¦¾¡Æ¢§Ä ¦¾öÅõ.

7 1.Look before you leap. 2.Knowledge is power. 3.Hear much, speak little. 4.Work while you work, play while you play. 5.Jack of all trades, but master of none. 1.¬Æõ ¦¾Ã¢Â¡Áø ¸¡¨Ä Å¢¼¡§¾. 2.«È¢§Å ¬üÈø. 3.«¾¢¸õ §¸û, ̨ÈÅ¡¸ §ÀÍ. 4.Å¢¨Ç¡Îõ §À¡Ð Å¢¨Ç¡Î, §Å¨Ä ¦ºöÔõ §À¡Ð §Å¨Ä ¦ºö. 5.ÀÄÁÃõ ¸ñ¼ ¾îºý ´Õ ÁÃÓõ ¦Åð¼¡ý.

8 1.A friend in need is a friend indeed. 2.Too much of any thing is good for nothing. 3.All that glitters is not gold. 4.As is the king so are the subjects. 5.A law-maker should not be a law-breaker. 1.¯ñ¨ÁÂ¡É ¿ñÀ¨É ¬Àò¾¢ø «È¢. 2.«Ç×ìÌ Á¢ïº¢É¡ø «Á¢÷¾Óõ ¿ïÍ. 3.Á¢ýÛŦ¾øÄ¡õ ¦À¡ýÉøÄ. 4.«Ãºý ±ùÅÆ¢§Â¡ Áì¸û «ùÅÆ¢. 5.§ÅÄ¢§Â À¢¨Ã §ÁÂì ܼ¡Ð.

9 1.Truth alone triumphs. 2.A sound mind in a sound body. 3.It takes two to make a quarrel. 4.Bare words buy no barley. 5.A stitch in time saves nine. 1.Å¡ö¨Á§Â ¦ÅøÖõ. 2.ÍÅ÷ þÕó¾¡ø ¾¡ý º¢ò¾¢Ãõ ±Ø¾ ÓÊÔõ. 3.ºñ¨¼Â¢¼ þÕŧà §À¡Ðõ. 4.²ðÎî ͨÃ측ö ¸È¢ìÌ ¯¾Å¡Ð. 5.ÅÕõ Óý ¸¡ò¾ø ¿ýÚ.

10 1.Birds of same feather flock together. 2.East or west, home is the best. 3.Make hay while the sun shines. 4.Every bird must hatch its own eggs. 5.Haste makes waste. 1.þÉõ þÉò§¾¡Î §ºÕõ. 2.±Ä¢ ŨÄ¡ɡÖõ ¾É¢ Å¨Ä §ÅñÎõ. 3.¸¡üÚûÇ §À¡§¾ àüÈ¢ì ¦¸¡û. 4.«Ø¾¡Öõ À¢û¨Ç «Åû ¾¡§É ¦ÀÈ §ÅñÎõ. 5.À¾È¢Â ¸¡Ã¢Âõ º¢¾Úõ.

11 1.Might is right. 2.New brooms sweep well. 3.Money makes many things. 4.All is well that ends well. 5.Don’t rob Peter to pay Paul. 1.ÅøÄ¡ý ÅÌò¾§¾ Å¡ö측ø. 2.Ò¾¢Â Ш¼ôÀõ ¿ýÈ¡¸ Ш¼ìÌõ. 3.À½õ ÀòÐõ ¦ºöÔõ. 4.¿øÄ ¬ÃõÀõ ¿øÄ ÓÊ×. 5.¸¨¼ò §¾í¸¡¨Â ±ÎòÐ ÅÆ¢ô À¢û¨Ç¡ÕìÌ ¯¨¼ì¸¡§¾.

12 1.As you sow so you reap. 2.Face is the index of mind. 3.Blood is thicker than water. 4.Cleanliness is next to godliness. 5.Distance lends charm to things. 1.¾¢¨É Å¢¨¾ò¾Åý ¾¢¨É «ÚôÀ¡ý, Å¢¨É Å¢¨¾ò¾Åý Å¢¨É «ÚôÀ¡ý. 2.«¸ò¾¢ý «ÆÌ Ó¸ò¾¢ø ¦¾Ã¢Ôõ. 3.¾¡É¡¼¡Å¢ð¼¡Öõ ¾ý ¾¨º ¬Îõ. 4.Íò¾õ ͸õ ¾Õõ. 5.þ츨ÃìÌ «ì¸¨Ãô À.

13 1.Diamond cuts diamond. 2.Every ass loves his bray. 3.Familiarity breeds contempt. 4.Hard work is secret of success. 5.Health is wealth. 1.Óû¨Ç ÓûÇ¡ø ±Î. 2.¸¡ì¨¸ìÌõ ¾ý ÌïÍ ¦À¡ý ÌïÍ. 3.ÀƸô ÀƸ À¡Öõ ÒÇ¢ìÌõ. 4.¸ÊÉ ¯¨Æô§À ¦ÅüȢ¢ý þøº¢Âõ. 5.§¿¡ÂüÈ Å¡ú§Å ̨ÈÅüÈ ¦ºøÅõ.

14 1.Too much of anything is good for nothing. 2.Tit for tat. 3.The mills of God grind but late. 4.A stitch in time saves nine. 5.Love is God. 1.«Ç×ìÌ Á£È¢É¡ø «Á¢÷¾Óõ ¿ïÍ 2.ÀÆ¢ìÌô ÀÆ¢ 3.¦¾öÅõ ¿¢ýÚ ¦¸¡øÖõ 4.ÅÕÓý ¸¡ò¾ø ¿ýÚ 5.«ý§À ¸¼×û

15 1.The pot calling the kettle black. 2.Misfortunes never comes single. 3.Spare the rod and spoil the child. 4.There is many a slip between the cup and the lip. 5.Coming events cast their shadows before. 1.®Âò¨¾ô À¡÷òÐ þÇ¢ò¾¾¡õ À¢ò¾¨Ç. 2.Àð¼ ¸¡Ä¢§Ä ÀÎõ ¦¸ð¼ Ìʧ ¦¸Îõ. 3.«Ê ¯¾×ÅÐ §À¡Ä «ñ½ý ¾õÀ¢ ¯¾ÅÁ¡ð¼¡ý. 4.¨¸ìÌ ±ðÊÂÐ Å¡öìÌ ±ð¼Å¢ø¨Ä 5.¡¨É ÅÕõ À¢ý§É Á½¢§Â¡¨º ÅÕõ Óý§É.

16 1.Every threshold has a cub-board. 2.No rains, no grains. 3.Money makes the mare go. 4.Little strokes fell great oaks. 5.A bad workman complaints of his tools. 1.Å£ðÎìÌ Å£Î Å¡ºüÀÊ 2.Á¡Ã¢ÂøÄ¡Ð ¸¡Ã¢ÂÁ¢ø¨Ä 3.À½¦ÁýÈ¡ø À¢½Óõ Å¡ö ¾¢ÈìÌõ 4.«Ê §Áø «Ê ¨Åò¾¡ø «õÁ¢Ôõ ¿¸Õõ 5.¬¼ò ¦¾Ã¢Â¡¾Åû ¦¾Õ §¸¡½ø ±ýÈ¡Ç¡õ.

17 1.A burnt child dreads fire. 2.A guilty conscience needs no accuser. 3.All things come to those who wait. 4.Bend the twig, bend the tree. 5.Constant dripping wears away the stone. 1.ÝÎ ¸ñ¼ â¨É «ÎôÀñ¨¼ «ñ¼¡Ð. 2.ÌüÈÓûÇ ¦¿ïÍ ÌÚÌÚìÌõ. 3.¦À¡Úò¾¡÷ âÁ¢ ¬ûÅ¡÷. 4.³ó¾¢ø ŨÇ¡¾Ð ³õÀ¾¢ø ŨÇÔÁ¡? 5.±ÚõÒ °Ãì ¸øÖõ §¾Ôõ.

18 1.Eagles don’t catch flies. 2.Grasp all, lose all. 3.The hills are greener on the other side. 4.Slow and steady wins the race. 5.Art is long life is short. 1.ÒÄ¢ Àº¢ò¾¡Öõ Òø¨Äò ¾¢ýÉ¡Ð. 2.§Àᨺ ¦ÀÕ ¿‰¼õ. 3.þ츨ÃìÌ «ì¸¨Ãô À. 4.¿¢¾¡Éõ À¢Ã¾¡Éõ. 5.¸üÈÐ ¨¸ÂÇ× ¸øÄ¡¾Ð ¯Ä¸Ç×.

19 1.Every tide has its ebb. 2.Failures are the stepping stones to success. 3.Honesty is the best policy. 4.Live and let live. 5.Strike the iron while it is hot. 1.²üÈõ ¯ñ¼¡É¡ø þÈì¸Óõ ¯ñÎ. 2.§¾¡øÅ¢§Â ¦ÅüȢ¢ý Ó¾üÀÊ. 3.¯ñ¨Á§Â ¯Ââ ¦¸¡û¨¸. 4.Å¡Ø Å¡Æ Å¢Î 5.¸¡üÚûÇ §À¡§¾ àüÈ¢ì ¦¸¡û

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