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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #91633: English proverbs
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    English proverbs

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    1. He broke the flower vase but he came to tell me at once,so I wouldn't blame the cat.

    2. This boy drives me crazy, He does stupid things all day long.

    3. After dawdling lazily for more than a year, he finally finished his work.

    4. Although he was always well dressed and had a clean appearance, we found out later that he was a gangster.

    5. What couple! They are both mean and spiteful people.

    6. It is imperative that we move ahead with a decision without delay.

    7. He knows he should avoid going there but he just can't stay away.

    8. I'm giving you a warning this time. Next time you will be sacked.

    9. He took a lot of risks in life and luckily he earned a fortune.

    10. He made a lot of poor decisions in life and now he has to suffer the consequences.

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