100 English proverbs are essential for foreign trade emails!

Hard work, will and success1. Where there is a will, there is a way. Where there is a will, there is a way.2. No pains, no gains. 2. No pains, no gains.3. Constant dripping wears away a stone. A steady drip wears away a stone.4. Care and diligence bring luck. It is prudence and diligence that seize opportunities.5. Genius is nothing but labor and diligence. Genius is nothing but hard work.6. Great hopes make great man. Great hopes make great man.7. Industry is the parent of success. Diligence is the mother of success.8. No rose without a thorn. 8. No rose without a thorn.9. There is no royal road to learning. There is a long way to learn, a long way to learn.10. No way is impossible to courage. The brave have no fear.11. Success belongs to the persevering. Persistence is victory.12. The finest diamond must be cut. A rough rod makes a rough rod.13. Adversity makes a man wise, not rich. Adversity makes a man.Learning methods and attitudes14. Practice makes perfect. 14. Practice makes perfect.15. It is never too old to learn. Live and learn.16. Readingis to the mind while exercise to the body. Reading strengthens the brain and exercise strengthens the body.17. A man becomes learned by askingquestions. He who asks questions is learned.18. Learn and live. 18. Learn and live.19. Knowledge starts with practice. Practice is the mother of knowledge.20. Books and friends should be few butgood. Reading and making friends should be few but good.21. Complacency is the enemy of study. The enemy of learning is your own satisfaction.22. Knowledge makes humble; ignorance makesproud. Knowledge makes humble, ignorance makes arrogant.23. Knowledge advances by steps and not byleaps. Knowledge advances by steps, not by leaps.24. A man can do no more than he can. A man can do no more than he can.25. A man cannot spin and reel at the sametime. You can’t do two things at once.Health and mentality26. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. An apple a day keeps the doctor away.27. Prevention is better than cure. Prevention is better than cure.28. All work and no play makes Jack a dullboy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.29. Health is not valued till sicknesscomes. Health is not known in sickness.30. A close mouth catches no flies. The disease comes from the mouth.31. A good medicine tastes bitter. Good medicine tastes bitter.32. Good health is over wealth. Health is the greatest wealth.33. Happiness lies first of all in health. Happiness lies above all in health.34. Cheerfulness is health; its opposite,melancholy, is disease. Happiness is health, melancholy is sickness.35. He is happy that thinks himself so. He who is happy is always happy.36. Content is better than riches. He who is content is always happy.Conduct and integrity37. Honesty is the best policy. Honesty is the best policy.38. Respect yourself, or no one else willrespect you. If you want to be respected, you must respect yourself.39. Patience is the best remedy. Patience is a good medicine.40. One good turn deserves another. Do good deeds and accumulate good deeds.41. He knows most who speaks least. Great minds act like fools.42. A still tongue makes a wise head. A man of few words is wise.43. A candle lights others and consumesitself. A candle lights others and consumes itself.44. He is not fit to command others thatcannot command himself. You have to right yourself first.45. Pride goes before, and shame comesafter. Pride makes one lag behind.46. Please the eye and plague the heart. To covet a moment’s pleasure will leave a hidden disaster.47. Penny wise, pound foolish. Penny-wise, pound foolish.48. He who makes constant complaint getslittle compassion. You complain a lot, you get no sympathy.49. Do as you would be done by. Treat others as you would like to be treated.Money and wealth50. Gold will not buy anything. Gold can’t buy everything.51. The chief aim of man is not to getmoney. Man’s main purpose is not to make money.52. The money the miser hoards will do himno good. A miser who accumulates money does himself no good.53. What is wealth good for, if it bringsmelancholy? What is the use of wealth if it brings melancholy?54. Wealth makes worship. 54. Wealth makes worship.Cherish the time55. Time flies. 55. Time flies.56. Time and tide wait for no man. Time waits for no one.57. To save time is to lengthen life. To save time is to prolong life.58. Time stays not the fool’s leisure. Time waits for idle fools.59. Lost years are worse than lost dollars. Lost time is worth nothing.60. Time is money. 60. Time is money.61. Time has wings. 61. Time has wings.62. Time lost cannot be won again. Time is gone forever.Choose friends and friendships63. Birds of a feather flock together. Birds of a feather flock together.64. A man is known by his friends. A man is known by his friends.65. Keep good men company and you shall beof the number. One takes on the color of one’s company.66. A friend in need is a friend indeed. A friend in need is a friend indeed.67. A friend is easier lost than found. A friend is easier lost than found.68. A faithful friend is hard to find. Close friends are hard to find.69. A friend is never known till a man hasneed. A friend is always known in need.70. Misfortune tests the sincerity offriends. A friend in need is a friend indeed.Common sense and law71. A good beginning is half done. A good beginning is half done.72. Don’t put off till tomorrow what shouldbe done today. Never finish what you can do today.73. Fact speak louder than words. Actions speak louder than words.74. Failure is the mother of success. Failure is the mother of success.75. A bird in the hand is worth than two inthe bush. A bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush.76. Seeing is believing. 76. Seeing is believing.77. Still water run deep. 77. Still water run deep.78. Strike the iron while it is hot. Strike while the iron is hot.79. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in Rome, do as Romans do.80. Man proposes, god disposes. Man proposes, God disposes.81. Look before you leap. Look before you leap.82. Experience must be bought. A fall into the pit, a gain in wisdom.83. Make hay while the sun shines. Don’t lose an opportunity.84. He who does not advance loses ground. A boat sailing against the current will fall back if it does not advance.85. Easier said than done. 85. Easier said than done.86. Every day is not Sunday. Every day is not Sunday.87. All that glitters is not gold. All that glitters is not gold.88. All things are difficult before theyare easy. All things are difficult before they are easy.89. Every advantage has its disadvantage. Every advantage has a disadvantage.90. Every man has his faults. No man is perfect.91. Four eyes see more than two. Brainstorm ideas.92. He laughs best who laughs last. He laughs best who laughs last.93. It is the first step that coststroublesome. The first step is the hardest.94. The farthest way about is the nearestway home. The short way is the long way around.95. Take things as they come. 95. Take things as they come.96. Every man is the architect of his ownfortune. Make your own destiny.97. The early bird catches the worm. The early bird catches the worm.98. It is no us

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