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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69790: Proverbs in English
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    Proverbs in English

    As in any language, English distils many old wisdoms into proverbs.  Some of these contradict each other but they are always food for thought and this exercise introduces some of the better known ones.

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    1. People who live in houses shouldn't throw stones.

    2. Don't count your before they are hatched.

    3. A bird in the is worth two in the bush.

    4. A bad workman always blames his .

    5. Actions louder than words.

    6. The bird catches the worm.

    7. vessels make the most noise.

    8. Still run the waters where the is deep.

    9. Birds of a feather together.

    10. Don't look a horse in the mouth.

    11. In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is .

    12. Many a true word is spoken in .

    13. The last straw breaks the 's back.

    14. Too many cooks spoil the .

    15. is the spice of life.

    16. Rain before seven, by eleven.

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