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Now, the VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES.
 
Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short, well known saying that expresses a common truth or belief. Proverbs are popular around the world.
 
Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs. They give advice about how to live. We begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food: One is an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Another is you are what you eat.
 
Several proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one: The early bird catches the worm. This means a person who gets up early, or acts quickly, has the best chance of success.
 
Another famous proverb is a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.
 
Here is another piece of advice: Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. In other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens.
 
Another proverb warns do not put all your eggs in one basket. This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learned this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares, which then lost value. Another proverb says a fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who acts unwisely with money will lose it.
 
Here is more advice: If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Also, never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.
 
You might learn that haste makes waste if you do somethingso fast, resulting in mistakes. Most people would agree with this proverb: honesty is the best policy.
 
Yet another proverb advises us not to be concerned about something bad that you cannot change. It says there is no use crying over spilled milk.
 
Do you agree with the proverb that children should be seen and not heard? Maybe you have told your children that hard work never hurt anyone. But other people say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun.
 
Finally, here is one of our favorite proverbs: People who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.
 
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This VOA Special English program was written by Shelley Gollust. I'm Faith Lapidus. You can find more proverbs and other WORDS AND THEIR STORIES at our Web site, www.putclub.com.
 
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Words and Their Stories

(Sunday, April 05, 2009)

 

Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.

 

Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short, well-known saying that expresses a common truth or belief. Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs. They give advice about how to live. We begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food. One is: "An apple a day keeps the doctor away." Another is: "You are what you eat."

 

Several proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one: "The early bird catches the worm." This means a person who gets up early, or acts quickly, has the best chance of success.

 

Another famous proverb is: "A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.

 

Here is another piece of advice: "Do not count your chickens before they are hatched." In other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens.


Another proverb warns: "Do not put all your eggs in one basket." This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learned this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares, which then lost value.

 

Another proverb says: "A fool and his money are soon parted." This means someone who acts unwisely with money will lose it.

 

Here is more advice: "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Also: "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today."

 

You might learn that "haste makes waste" if you do something so fast, resulting in mistakes. Most people would agree with this proverb: "Honesty is the best policy." Yet another proverb advises us not to be concerned about something bad that you cannot change. It says: "There is no use crying over spilled milk."

 

Do you agree with the proverb that children should be seen and not heard? Maybe you have told your children that "Hard work never hurt anyone." But other people say that "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun.

 

Finally, here is one of our favorite proverbs: "People who live in glass houses should not throw stones." This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.

 

This VOA Special English program was written by Shelley Gollust. I'm Barbara Klein. You can find more proverbs and other Words and Their Stories at our Web site, voaspecialenglish.com.

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Now the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.


Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short well-known saying that expresses a common truth or belief.  Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs. They give advice about how to live.


We begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food. One is An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Another is You are what you eat.


Several proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one, The early bird catches the worm. This means a person who gets up early or act quickly has the best chance of success. Another famous proverb is A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.


Here is another piece of advice, Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. Another words, you should not think too much about some future event before it rally happens. Another proverb warns, Don't put all your eggs in one basket. This means you should not put all your recourses together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lost value.


Another proverb says A fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who act unwisely with money will lose it. Here is more advice, If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Also, Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today


You might learn that Hast makes waste, if you do something so fast resulting in mistakes. Most people would agree with this proverb Honesty is the best policy. Yet another proverb advices us not to be concerned about something bad that you can not change. It says There is no use crying over spilled milk


Do you agree with a proverb The children should be seen and not heard. Maybe you have told your children that Hard work never hurt anyone. But other people say that All work and no play makes Jack a doll boy. They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun. 


Finally, here is one of our favorite proverbs, People who live in glasses houses should not through stones. This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself

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Now, the VOA special English program: words and their stories.

Today, we explain more popular proverbs. A Proverb is a short well-known that is express a common truth or believe. Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sense that there are famous proverbs. They give advices how to live. We begin with two popular proverbs about steadying healthy by eating good food. One is “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Another is “You are what you eat.” Several proverbs about birth also give advice. You may have head this one. The earlier birds catch the world. This means a person who gets up earlier or acts quickly have the best chance to success. Another famous proverb is “a bird in the hand is worth two in the both.” This means you should not wear losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed. Here is another piece of advice: don’t count your chicken before there are hatched. In another words, you should not think about too much about future event before it really happens. Another proverb warns do not put all your eggs in one basket. This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learn this the hardest way by investing their money in stock shares which then lose value. Another proverb says a fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who acts valueless money will lose it. Here is more advices. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again although never put off until tomorrow. What you can do today? You might learn this haste makes waste if you do something so fast without in mistakes. Most of people would agree with this proverb, honest, it is the best policy. Yeap, another proverb advices us to concern about something bad that you cannot change. It’s said there is no using crying over split milk. Do you agree with the proverb that children should be seen and not heard. Maybe you have told your children that hard work never heard anyone. But other people say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. They believe not while to spend all your time working and never having fun. Finally, here is one of our famous proverbs: people who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not critics other people unless you are perfected yourself.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories

Today, we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short well-known saying that expresses a common truth or belief. Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us many their favorite proverbs. They give advice about how to live. We begin with two proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food.

 

One is an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Another is you are what you eat. Some proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one: the early bird catches the worm. This means a person who gets up early or acts quickly has the best chance of success. Another famous proverb is a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. It means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.

 

Here is another piece of advice. Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. In other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens. Another proverb warns do not put your eggs in one basket. This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lost value.

 

Another proverb says a fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who acts unwisely with money will lose it. Here is more advice if that first you don’t succeed, try try again. Also, never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. You might learn that haste makes waste. If you do something so fast, resulting in mistakes.

 

Most people would agree with this proverb honesty is the best policy. Get another proverb advises us not to be concerned about something bad that you can not change. It says there is no use crying over spilled milk. Do you agree with a proverb that children should be seen and not heart? Maybe you have told your children that hard work never heart anyone. But other people say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and not having fun.

 

Finally, there is one of our favorite proverbs: people who live in glasshouses should not throw stones. This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.

 

This VOA Special English Program was written by S. G. I’m Bob C. You can find more proverbs and other Words and Their Stories at our website voaspecialenglish.com

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Now VOA special English programme, words and their stories. Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short, well-known saying that expresses the common truth or belief. Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us their favourite proverbs. They give advice about how to live. We begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food. One is "an apple a day keeps the doctor away ", another is"you are what you eat". Several proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one: the early bird catches worm. This means a person who gets up early or acts quickly has the best chance of success. Another famous proverb is that "a bird in the hand is worth than two in the bush." This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranty. Here is another piece of advice: do not count your chickens before they are hatched. In other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens. Another proverb warns "do not put all your eggs in one basket". This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lost value. Another proverb says "a fool and his money are soon aparted". This means someone who acts unwisely with money will lose it. Here is more advice: if at first you don't succeed, try try again. Also never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. You might learn that "haste makes waste". If you do something so fast resulting in mistakes. Most people would agree with this proverb: honesty is the best policy. Yet another proverb advises us not be concerned about something bad that you can not change. It says "there is no use crying over spilled milk ". Do you agree with the proverb that "children should be seen and not heared"? Maybe you have told your children that "hard work never hurt anyone". But other people say that "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun. Finally here is one of our favored proverbs: people who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.

Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories.

Today we explain more popular proverbs.A proverb is a short wellknown saying that expresses a common truth or belief.Proverbs are popular around the world.

 

Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs.they give advie how to live.we begin with two popular proverbs about standing halthy by eating good food.One is" an apple a day keeps the doctor away".another is"you are what you eat." several proverbs about birds also give advice.You may have heard this one"the early bird catchs the worm."this means a person who gets up early o acts quickly has the best chance of success. Another famous proverb is"a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush."this means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.here is another piece of advice"do not count your chickens before they are hatched."In another words you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens.

 

Another proverb warns "do not put all your eggs in one basket."this means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time.many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stockshares which then lost value.Another proverb says "a fool and his money are soon parted."this means someone who acts unwisely with money will lose it.

 

here is more advice.If at first you don't succeed,try,try again.also never put off untill tomorrow what you can do today.You might learn that "Haste makes waste" means if you do something so fast resulting in mistakes.most people would agree with this proverb"honesty is the best policy."Yet another  proverb advices us not to be concerned about something bad that you can not change.it says there is no use crying over spilt milk.

 

Do you agreed with the proverb "the children should be seen and not hurt."maybe you have told your children that hard work never hurt anyone. But other people say that"all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." they believe that it is not wise to spend all your time working and neverhaving fun.

 

Finally,here is one of our favorite Prverbs. Peole who live in glass houses should not throw stones.this means you should not criticise other people unless you are perfect yourself.

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Today we explain more popular proverbs, a proverb is a short well-know saying that expresses a common truth or a belief. Proverbs are popular around the world, many listeners have send us their favorite proverbs, they give it advice about how to live. We begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food. One is ONE APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY. Another is YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT.

 

Several proverbs are about birds, also give it advice. You may have heard this one. THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM. This means a person who get up early or acts quickly get the best chance of success. Another famous proverbs is A BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH TWO IN THE BUSH. This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guarantee.

 

Here is another piece of advice, DON’T COUNT YOUR CHICKEN BEFORE THEY ARE HATCHED. In other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happened.

 

Another proverb warns DO NOT PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET. This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk loosing everything at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lost value.

 

A another proverbs says a fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who acts unwisely with money with lose it.

 

Here is more advice. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Also, never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

 

You might learns that haste makes waste, if you do something so fast resulting in mistakes.

 

Most people would agree with this proverb. Honesty is the best policy.

 

Yet another proverb advice us not to be concerned about something bad that you can not change. It says there is no use crying over spilt milk.

 

Do you agree with the proverb that children should be seeing and not heard? Maybe you have told your children that hard work never hurt anyone. But other people say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun.

 

Finally here is one of our favorite proverbs, people who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.
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Now the VOA Special English porgram,words and their stories.

[news:/p/00:20.4] Today we explain more popular proverbs,a proverb is a short  well-known saying that expresses a common truth or belief.

[news:/p/00:32.9] proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs, they gave advice about how to live. We begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food. [news:/p/00:55.5] One is "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." another is "you are what you eat."

[news:/p/01:06.2] Several proverbs about birds also give advice, you may have heard this one, "The early bird catches the worm "this means a person who gets up early or acts quickly has the best chance of success. [news:/p/01:26.0] Another famous proverb is "A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush "this means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.

[news:/p/01:42.7] Here is another piece of advice "Do not count your chickens before they are hatched "in other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens. [news:/p/02:00.3] Another proverb warms "Do not put all your eggs in one basket" this means you should not put all your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. 

[news:/p/02:20.5] Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lost value

[news:/p/02:31.5] Another proverb says "A fool and his money are soon parted" this means someone who acts unwisely with money will lose it.

[news:/p/02:45.4] Here is more advice "If at first you do not succeed, try try again", also "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today", you might learn that "Haste makes waste, if you do something so fast resulting in mistakes." 

[news:/p/03:10.5] Most people would agree with this proverb "honesty is the best policy." Yet another proverb advises us not to be concerned about something bad that you can not change. It says "there is no use crying over spilled milk."

[news:/p/03:32.4] Do you agree with a proverb "the children should be seen and not heard" maybe you have told your children that hard work never hurt anyone.

[news:/p/03:46.3] But other people say that "All work and no play makes Jack a doll boy.news:/p/"

[news:/p/03:54.4] They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun.

[news:/p/04:02.6] Finally here is one of our favorite proverbs "People who live in glass houses should not throw stones" this means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself. 

[news:/p/04:31.1] This VOA Special English program was written by **,I'm **.You can find more proverbs and other words and their stories at our website VOASPECIALENGLISH.com.

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Now the VOA special English program Words and Their Stories.

 

Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short well-known saying that expresses a common truth or believe.Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us their favourite proverbs.They give advice about how to live.

 

We begin with two popular proverbs about staying health by eating good food.One is an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Another is you are what you eat.

 

Several proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one. The early bird catches the worm.This means a person who gets up early or acts quickly has the best chance of success.Another famous proverb is a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.

 

Here is another piece of advice. Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. In other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens.

 

Another proverb warns do not put all your eggs in one basket.This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place,because you could risk losing everying at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stoke shares, which then lost value.

 

Another proverb says a fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who acts unwisely on his money will lose it.

 

Here is more advice. If at first you don't succeed, try try again. Also, never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

 

You might have learned that haste makes waste. If you do something so fast resulting mistakes. Most people would agree with this proverb honesty is the best policy.

 

Yet another proverb advise us not to be concerned about something bad that you can not change. It says there is no use crying over spilled milk.

 

Do you agree with the proverb that children should be seen and not heard? Maybe you have told your chirldren that hard work never hurt anyone. But other people say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. They believe it's unwise to spend all your time working and never having fun.

 

Finally here is one of our hour favourite proverbs people who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.

 

 

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Now the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.

Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverbs is a short well-known saying that expresses a common truth or belief, proverbs are popular around the world, many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs. They give the advice about how to live, we begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food, one is “an apple a day, keeps the doctor away”, another is “you are what you eat’. Several proverbs about birds also give the advice. You may have heard this one, “the early bird catches the worm”. This means a person who gets up early or act quickly has the best chance of success, another famous proverb is “a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush” this means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed

Here is another piece of advice,” do not count your chicks before they are hatched,” in another words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens. Another proverb warns  “do not put all your eggs in one basket ’, this means you should not put all of your resources together in one place, because you could risk losing everything at one time, many Americans learn this hard way by investing all their money in stock share which then lost   value,

Another proverb says “ a fool and his money are soon parted’ this means, someone who act unwisely with money will lose it

Here is more advice, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again, also never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

You might learn that haste makes waste, if you do something so fast resulting in mistakes. Many people would agree with this proverb” honesty is the best policy” yet, another proverb advices us not to be concerned about something bad that can not change , it says there is no use crying over spilled the milk.

Do you agree with the proverb “the children should be seen and not heard ”, maybe you have told your children that hard work never hurt anyone , but other people say that all work and no play makes Jake a doll boy, they believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun.

Finally, here is one of our favorite proverbs, “people who live in glass houses should not throw stones” .this means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.

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Now the VOA English Program Words and their Stories.

Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short well-known saying that expresses a common truth or belief. Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs. They give advice about how to live. We began with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food.

One is "an apple a day, keeps the doctor away." Another is "you are what you eat". Several proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one, the early birds catches the worms. This means a person who gets up early or acts quickly has the best chance of success. Another famous proverb is a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed. Here is another piece of advice. Do not count your chickens before they are =. In another words you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens. Another proverb warms do not put all your eggs in one basket. This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lost value. Another proverb says a fool and his money are soon =. This means someone who act unwisely with money will lose it. Here is more advice. If the first you don't succeed, try try again. Also never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. You might learn that haste make waste if you do something fast resulting in mistakes. Most people would agree with this proverb = is the best policy. Yet another proverb advices us not to be concerned about something bad that you cannot change. It says there is no use to crying over =. Do you agree the proverb that children should be seen and not heard? Maybe you have told your children that hard work never heard anyone. But other people say that all work and no play make jack a dull boy. They believe it's not vise to spend all your time working and never having fun. Finally here is one of our favorite proverbs people who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not criticizes other people unless you are perfect yourself.

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Now the VOA special English program: words and their stories. Today we explain more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short well-known saying that expresses a common truth or belief. Proverbs are popular around the world. Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs. They give advice about how to live.

 

We begin with two popular proverbs about staying health by eating good food. One is an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Another is you are what you eat.

 

Several proverbs about birds also give advice. You may have heard this one: the early bird catches its worm. This means a person who gets up early or act quickly has the best chance of success.  Another famous proverb is a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. This means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking something that is not guarantee.

 

Here is another piece of advice. Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. In other words you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens.

 

Another proverb warns do not put all your eggs in one basket. This means you should not put all of your resources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lost value.

 

Another proverb says a fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who acts on wisely with money will lose.

 

Here is more advice if at first you don’t succeed try, try, again. Also never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

 

You might learn that haste makes waste. If you do something so fast resulting in mistakes, most people would agree with this proverb *** is the best policy.

 

Yet another proverb advises us not to be concerned about something bad that can not change. It says there is not use crying over spilled milk.

 

Do you agree with a proverb the child should be seen and not head. Maybe you have told your children that hard work never hurt anyone. But other people say that all work and not play makes Jack a * boy. They believe it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fan.

 

Finally, here is one of our proverbs. People who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not criticize other people unless you are perfect yourself.

 

This VOA special English program was written by SG, I’m BC. You can find more proverbs and other words and their stories at our website: VOA special English. com .

 

Let bygones be bygones.

HW

today, we explain more popular proverbs, a proverb is a short well known saying, it expresses a common truth or belief. preverbs are popular around the world. many listeners have said us their favorite proverbs they give advice about how to live.we begin about with two proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food.

 

one is an apple a day keeps the doctor away. another is you are what you eat

 

several proverbs about birds also give advise.you may have heard this one, the early bird catches the worm, it means the man who gets up early or acts quickly has the best chance of success

 

the bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, this means you should not risk losing something you have by seeking you have not garranted

 

here is another piece of advice don't count your chickens before they are hatched,  you shouldn't not think some futher event before it really happens

 

don't put all your eggs in one basket. it means you should not put all your rescources together in one place because you could risk losing everything at one time

 

many American learn this the hard way by wasting all their money in // shares which then lost value

 

another proverb says: a fool and his money are soon parted, this means someone who act unwisely with money will lose it

 

if at first you don't succed try try again

 

also never put off until tomorrow what you can do today

 

you might learn that haste makes waste , if you do something so fast resulting in mistakes.

 

most people agree this proverb: honest is the best policy

 

not to consiber about something bad that you can not change , this says no use crying over spilled milk

 

Do you agree this proverb the children should sing and not heard. maybe you have told your children that hard work never hurt everyone.

 

other people say all work and no play makes jack a // boy. they believe it is not wise to spend all your time and never having fun

 

people who live in glass houses should not throw stones

 

you should not critisize other people unless you are perfect youself

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Now, the VOA special English program - words and their stories.

Today, We will explan more popular proverbs. A proverb is a short, well-known saying that expresses a common trueth or belief. Proverbs are popular around the world.

Many listeners have sent us their favorite proverbs. They give advice about how to live, we'll
begin with two popular proverbs about staying healthy by eating good food. One is an apple a day keeps the doctors away, another is you are what you eat.


Several proverbs about birds also give advice, you may heard this one: the early birth catches the worm. This means a person who gets up early or acts quickly has the best changes of success.

Another famous proverb is a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. This mean you should not risk losing somthing you have by seeking something that is not guaranteed.

Here is another a peice of advice, do not count your chickens before they were hatched. In other words, you should not think too much about some future event before it really happens.

Another proverb warms, do not put all your eggs in one blasket. This means you should not place all your resources togerther in one place, beacuase you could loss everyting at one time. Many Americans learn this the hard way by investing all their money in stock shares which then lose value.

Another proverb says a fool and his money are soon parted. This means someone who acts unwisely with money will lose it.


Here is more advice, if first you don't succeed, try, try again. Also Never put off tomorrow what you can do today. You might learn that haste makes waste, if you do something so fast resulting in mistakes.

Most people would agree with this proverb, honesty is the best policy. Yet another proverb advises us not to be concerned about something bad that you can not change, it says, there is no use crying over spilled milk.

Do you agree with this proverb - the children should be seen and not heard. Maybe you told your children that hard work never hurt anyone. But other people say that all work and no play makes jack a dull boy. They beliver it is not wise to spend all your time working and never having fun.

Finally, here is one of our favorite proverbs, people who live in glass houses should not throw stones. This means you should not critisize other people unless you are perfect youself.
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