10 PROVERBS, czyli 10 przysłów po angielsku
TIME IS MONEY = CZAS TO PIENIĄDZ
„Hurry up! Time is money!”
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT = PRAKTYKA CZYNI MISTRZA
“Don’t give up on learning the violin. Practice makes perfect.”
THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM = KTO WCZEŚNIE WSTAJE, TEMU PAN BÓG DAJE
“I got to the ticket office before anyone else. I got front row seats to the show! The early bird gets the worm.”
TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE = CO DWIE GŁOWY, TO NIE JEDNA
“I’m stuck on this project. Can you help me out? Two heads are better than one.”
NO PAIN, NO GAIN = BEZ PRACY NIE MA KOŁACZY
„Adam wants to have huge muscles, so he works out at the gym every morning. No pain, no gain.”
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER = LEPIEJ PÓŹNO, NIŻ WCALE
„Mark finally paid me the money he owed me.” „Well, better late than never.”
DON’T JUDGE THE BOOK BY ITS COVER = NIE OCENIAJ KSIĄŻKI PO OKŁADCE
„That’s food looks disgusting.”
„It actually tastes really good. Give it try! Don’t judge the book by its cover”
DON’T CRY OVER SPILLED MILK = NIE PŁACZ NAD ROZLANYM MLEKIEM
Tony was upset because he lost his favorite pen. Adam told him not to cry over spilled milk because he could easily buy a new pen!
BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY = LEPIEJ DMUCHAĆ NA ZIMNE
„I’m going to carry an extra bottle of water for the hike, just in case. It’s better to be safe than sorry.”
ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS = LICZĄ SIĘ CZYNY, A NIE SŁOWA
Team USA is not expected to win, but they believe actions speak louder than words.
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