English proverbs

English proverbs [caption id="attachment_1509" align="aligncenter" width="225"] English proverbs[/caption] English proverbs is the heart of English because it expands to a lot of philosophy. English Proverb helps us to understand the truths and usage of Grammar in a different way other than what we learn usually with grammar. It never rains but it pours: Good and bad things tend to happen in groups. It takes two to tango: When two people work as a team, they are both responsible for the team's successes and failures. Leave well enough alone: Don't try to improve something that is already satisfactory. A leopard can't change its spots: A person can't change his or her basic character once it's formed. Lightning never strikes twice in the same place: The same misfortune won't happen twice to…
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