10 famous proverbs, their meanings and their sentenses
A proverb is a short pithy saying that expresses a basic truth and is in frequent use.
- A bad workman always blmes his tools.
- A burnt child dreads fire.
- A penny saved is a penny earned.
- A stitch in time saves nine.
- Actions speak louder than the words.
- Doubt is the beginning of wisdom.
- Look before you leap.
- Every cloud has a silver lining.
- It's no use crying over a split milk.
- Necessity is the mother of invention.
1) Between the devil and the deep sea:-
To choose between two equally bad alternatives in a serious dilemma.
2)Where there 's a will there 's a way:-
When a person really wants to do something, he will find a way of doing it.
3)A burnt child dreads fire:-
A bad experience or a horrifying incident may scar one 's attitude or thinking for a lifetime.
4)First come, first served:-
The first in line will be attended to first.
5)A friend in need is a friend indeed:-
A friend who helps when one is in trouble is a real friend.
6/)Discretion is the better part of valor:-
If you say discretion is the better part of valor, you mean that avoiding a dangerous or unpleasant situation is sometimes the most sensible thing to do.
This proverb is used when someone blames the quality of their equipment or other external factors when they perform a task poorly.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Things we already have are more valuable than what we hope to get.Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
When people we love are not with us, we love them even more.A cat has nine lives.
Cat can survive seemingly fatal events.
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
One weak part will render the whole weak.