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English proverbs.

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1. East or West : (              ) is best.

2. All that (                          ) is not gold.

3. Better to ask the way than to go (                    ) .

4. All work and no play makes Jack a (              ) boy.

5. (                    ) the iron while it is hot.

6. Don't count your (                          ) before they are hatched.

7. Look before you (              ) .

8. It's no use crying over (                 ) milk.

9. Better an open (                 ) than a false friend.

10. He who makes no (                          ) makes nothing.

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