Przysłowia w języku angielskim
half a loaf is better than none
lepszy rydz niż nichaste makes waste
lepszy wróbel w garści niż gołąb na dachu
co nagle to po diablehe that will steal an egg will steal an ox
gdy się człowiek spieszy, to się diabeł cieszy
ten, kto ukradnie jajko będzie również kraść wołuhe who hesitates is lost
ten kto się waha jest zgubionyhe who laughs last laughs best
ten się śmieje, kto się śmieje ostatniHe who lives by the sword shall die by the sword
Kto mieczem wojuje, ten od miecza giniehe who sleeps forgets his hunger
ten kto śpi zapomina o swoim głodzieHealth is better than wealth
Zdrowie jest lepsze od pieniędzyHindsight is 20/20
wiedza po fakcieHistory repeats itself
Historia lubi się powtarzaćhome is where the heart is
tam jest dom mój, gdzie jest moje serce.Honesty is the best policy
Uczciwość popłacaHalf the truth is often a whole lie.
Handsome is as handsome does.
Hanging and wiving go by destiny.
Happy is the country that has no history.
Hard cases make bad law.
Haste is from the Devil.
Hasty climbers have sudden falls.
Hawks will not pick out hawks eyes.
Kruk krukowi oka nie wykoleHe gives twice who gives quickly.
He gives twice who gives quickly.He lives long who lives well.
He that cannot obey cannot command.
He that cannot pay, let him pray.
He that complies against his will is of his own opinion still.
He that drinks beer, thinks beer.
He that goes a borrowing, goes a sorrowing.
Dobry zwyczaj nie pożyczajHe that touches pitch shall be defiled.
He that will eat the fruit must climb the tree.
He that will not when he may, when he will he shall have nay.
He that will thrive must first as his wife.
He that would go to sea for pleasure would go to hell for a pastime.
He travels fastest who travels alone.
He who can does, he who cannot, teaches.
He who excuses, accuses himself.
He who is absent is always in the wrong.
He who pays the piper calls the tune.
He who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount.
He who sups with the Devil should have a long spoon.
He who wills the end, wills the means.
Heaven protects children, sailors, and drunken men.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
Help you to salt, help you to sorrow.
Home is home though it's never so homely.
Homer sometimes nods.
Honey catches more flies than vinegar.
Hope deferred makes the heart sick.
Hope for the best and prepare for the worst.
Hope is a good breakfast but a bad supper.
Horses for courses.
Hunger drives the wolf out of the wood.
He is a dog in the manger.
On jest jak pies ogrodnika.
© 2013 Focus English School, Polityka Cookies