Category Archives: English

Proverbs & SAyings T~W

Take heed of enemies reconciled, and of meat twice boiled.English Proverb. Take thy thoughts to bed with thee, for the morning is wiser than the evening.Russian Proverb Talk of the devil and he is sure to appear.English Proverb Tell me … Continue reading

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Proverbs &Sayings M~S

Mad as a march hare.John Heywood "The Proverbs of John Heywood" (1546) Make hay while the sun shines.English Proverb Mankind fears an evil man but heaven does not.Chinese Proverb Many a friend was lost through a joke, but none was … Continue reading

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Proverbs & Sayings -B~H

Be neither intimate nor distant with the clergy. Irish Proverb Beggars shouldn’t be choosers. John Heywood "The Proverbs of John Heywood" (1546)Better give a penny then lend twenty. Italian Proverb Better late than never. John Heywood "The Proverbs of John … Continue reading

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Proverbs & sayings–A

A bad cause requires many words. German ProverbA book is like a garden carried in the pocket. Arab ProverbA bird in the hand is worth two in a bush. English ProverbA broken hand works, but not a broken heart. Persian … Continue reading

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中国人英语表达常见错误-6

 Chinese style: Edward never went to a party, so did David.American style: Edward never went to a party, neither did David. Chinese style: I will go but I have not finished my homework too.American style: I will go but I … Continue reading

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中国人英语表达常见错误-5

Chinese style: My son will marry next month.American style: My son will get married next month. Chinese style: My sister is going to marry with a doctor.American style: My sister is going to marry a doctor. Chinese style: You can … Continue reading

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中国人英语表达常见错误-2

Chinese style: Is your camera this kind ? American style: Is your camera like this ? Chinese style: His house was struck by thunder last night. American style: His house was struck by lightning last night. Chinese style: My grandmother … Continue reading

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