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    Quotations from British writers

    Choose the correct response.Tha same name may be used several times.

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    1. 'As I know more about mankind, I expect less of them, and am ready now to call a man a good man, upon easier terms than I was formerly.'

    2. 'It is cruel to discover one's mediocrity only when it is too late.'

    3. 'When making your choices in life, do not forget to live.'

    4. 'Take everything you like seriously, except yourselves.'

    5. 'Hell is paved with good intentions '

    6. 'Love is the wisdom of the fool and the folly of the wise.'

    7. 'People ask for criticism, but they only want praise.'

    8. 'The most execrable crimes are sometimes committed without apparent temptation. '

    9. 'Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap ... but by the seeds you plant!'

    10. 'Politics is perhaps the only profession for which no preparation is thought necessary.'

    11. 'Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings.'

    12. 'All that glitters is not gold.'

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