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The best proverbs in English

Proverbs are one of the most beautiful parts of any culture. Proverbs are famous sayings that refer to a particular subject. By learning easy English proverbs, you can improve your English language skills and also help strengthen your conversations. In this article, we want to introduce you to the most famous English proverbs. Stay with us until the end of this article.

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 1 When money speaks, the truth remains silent.

 2.When pigs fly.  The irony is that this will never happen.

 3.When hell freezes over: same

 4.From A to Z is an allusion to absolute inclusion

 5. A snake in the grass.  An allusion to charm

 6 .The pen is mightier than the sword.  Refers to the position of the pen

 7. To be under the weather.

 8. Add fuel to the fire.  conspiracy

 9. The apple never falls far from the tree.  Return the consequences of actions

 10. Barking up the wrong tree.  Wrong address and wrong attempt

 11. Another day, another dollar.  At the beginning of the day, which is the beginning of the business.

 12. What is past, is past.

 13.When in doubt, do nothing

 14. Dreams go by contraries.

 15. Birds of a feather, flock together.

 16. There is no place like home.

 17. Too many cooks, spoil the broth.  Sabotage due to disorder and incoherence of team members

 18. Don’t bite off more than you can chew.

 19. Don’t cry over spilled milk.

 20. Don’t put off for tomorrow what you can do today.

 21. The first step is always the hardest.  Emphasis on the importance of the starting point of a project

 22. Barking dogs, seldom bite.

 23. Old habits die hard.  The irony is that the older the habits, the harder it will be to break them.

 24. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

 25. A friend in need, is a friend indeed.

 26. Haste makes waste.  Haste causes damage.

 27. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.  It is used in cases where the essence of the matter is weaker than it seems from afar.

 28. Nothing hurts like the truth.

 29. When the dust has settled.

 30. A word before is worth two after.  On the importance of timely action

 31. What goes around comes around.  In the discredit of the world

 32. Whatever comes up is welcomed.

 33. Ask much to have a little.  In condemnation expressed need

 34. Always have two strings to your bow.  In the importance of caution

 35. All abroad and nothing at home.  In his condemnation, useless forgiveness and forgiveness

 36. Much coin, much care.  In condemnation of populism

 37. A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.

 38. The sky will not fall in.  Too much grief in his reproach

 39. No pain, no gain.

 40. Where there is a will there is a way.) For logical purposes) there is always a way

 41. To beat a dead horse.  An allusion to futile action

 42. Money doesn’t grow on trees.  Emphasizing that wealth can only be achieved through effort.

 43. After death, the doctor.

 44. When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

 45. His days are numbered.  That is, he has no life in the world

 46. All roads lead to Rome.  When everything goes back to the same source.

 47. Fish in troubled waters.  Metaphor of the critical situation of the individual

 48. Everyone is in the same boat.  That is, the harm and benefit of social affairs is for everyone

 49. Easy come, easy go.  That is, what is achieved without effort will not remain.

 50. No news is good news.  Don’t worry until there is bad news.

 51. All is well that ends well.  The end of things is important and we should not be deceived by the moment

 52. Actions speak louder than words.

 53. All that glitters isn’t gold.

 54. Better late than never.

 55. The blind leading the blind.

 56. Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.

 57. The pot calling the kettle black.  An allusion to someone who does not see his flaws

 58. Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.  In his narrow condemnation of what has been granted

 59. It takes two to tango.  If something goes wrong, it is a pandemic.

 60. Seeking water in the sea.

 61. To get up on the wrong side of bed.  The irony of being a person on the first day

 62. Light come; light go.  Act in silent praise

 63. Don’t judge a book by its cover.

 64. To have a finger in every pie.  In condemning the voyeur

 65. There is no smoke without a fire.

 66. To fall from the frying pan into the fire.  You mistakenly put yourself in a more dangerous position

 67. A burnt child, dreads the fire.

 68. Harp on one string.  Boring insistence of the person

 69. You can’t have your cake and eat it, too!

 70. You may end him but you’ll not mend him.  The irony is that the other side’s approach will not change at all.

 71. You pay your money and you take your chance.

 72. You want something done right, do it yourself.

 73. You can’t keep a man down.  The irony is that a self-made man will always stand up after defeat.

 74. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

 75. I am scrapping the bottom of the barrel.  The irony is that I am making a reasonable effort to achieve the result.

 76. You must lie on the bed you have made.

 77. You are a backseat driver.  It means that in practice you have nothing to offer and you only criticize.

 78. You may know by a handful the whole sack.

 79. You can’t dance at two weddings.

 80. You can’t mend a broken egg.  An allusion to futile effort

 81. Your wish is my command.

 82. You must grin and bear it.  The irony is that one should be patient and not get angry.

 We hope you find this article useful and that we have been able to introduce you to the most popular proverbs in English.

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