1.Actions speak louder than words. 行动胜于言辞。
2.All good things come to an end. 一切美好的事物皆有终结之时。 3.All's well that ends well. 结局好的就算好。
4.All roads lead to Rome. 条条大路通罗马。 5.Art is long, life is short. 人生朝露，艺业千秋。
6.Bad news travels fast. 坏事传千里。 7.The bait hides the hook. 饵里藏钩；笑里藏刀。
8.Barking dogs seldom bite. 爱叫的狗很少咬人。 9.Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. 情人眼里出西施。
10.The best fish swim near the bottom. 好鱼常在水底游。 11.Better late than never. 迟做总比不做好。
12.A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. 多得不如现得。 13.Birds of a feather flock together. 物以类聚。
14.Blood is thicker than water. 血浓于水。 15.Boys will be boys. 男孩子毕竟是男孩子。
16.A cat has nine lives. 猫有九条命；吉人天相。 17.Catch as catch can. 能捉尽管捉；能拿多少算多少。
18.Diamond cut diamond. 强中更有强中手。 19.Do as I say, not as I do. 照我说的做，别照我做的做。
20.Don't meet trouble half-way. 勿杞人忧天。 21.Don't put all your eggs in one basket. 勿孤注一掷。
22.Don't ride the high horse. 勿摆架子。 23.Easier said than done. 说比做容易。
24.East or west, home is best. 管他东方或西方，家是最好的地方。 25.Easy come, easy go. 来得容易，去得也容易。
26.Every man is his own worst enemy. 一个人最大的敌人就是他自己。 27.Everyone to his taste. 人各有所好。
28.An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth. 以眼还眼，以牙还牙。 29.Fine feathers make fine birds. 人要衣装，马要鞍。
30.A friend in need is a friend indeed. 患难之交才是真正的朋友。 31.The grapes are sour. 葡萄是酸的。
32.Grasp all, lose all. 样样都要，全都失掉。 33.Haste makes waste. 欲速则不达。
34.He laughs best who laughs last. 最后笑的人笑得最得意。 35.He travels the fastest who travels alone. 单独旅行的人走得最快。
36.He who denies all confesses all. 否认一切的人就等于承认了一切。 37.He who hesitates is lost. 踌躇不决者必然失败。
38.He who makes no mistakes makes nothing. 不犯错的人必将一事无成。 39.Health is better than wealth. 健康胜于财富。
40.Healven helps those who help themselves. 自助者天助。 41.History repeats itself. 历史总重演。
42.Honesty is the best policy. 诚实是上上之策。 43.Hunger is the best sause. 饥饿是最好的调味汁。
44.If the cap fits, wear it. 帽子若适合你，就戴上吧。 45.If you want peace, prepare for war. 欲求和平必先备战。
46.Things done can not be undone. 木已成舟。 47.Take a pain for a pleasure all wise man can. 智者能视苦为乐。
48.Take one's courage in both hands. 勇往直前，敢作敢为。 49.Take the rough with the smooth. 即能享乐，也能吃苦。
50.Take the world as it is. 随遇而安。/听其自然。
51.Take things as they come. 既来之，则安之。 52.Take time by the forelock. 要抓住时机。
53.Take time while time is, for time will be away. 机不可失，时不再来。 54.Tall trees catch much wind. 树大招风。
55.Tastes differ. 众口难调。/人各有所好。
56.Teaching others teaches yourself. 教学相长。 57.Tears are the silent language of grief. 眼泪是悲哀的无声言辞。
58.Telling your troubles is swelling your troubles. 诉说烦恼等于增加烦恼。 59.Temperance is the best physic. 克制乃是最好的治疗。
60.Temperance is the greatest of virture. 自我节制是最大的美德。
1.Genius only means hardworking all ones life.
2.Always bear in mind that your own resolution to success is more important than any one thing.
3.It is no use doing what you like; you have got to like what you do.
4.Give me a place to stand and I will move the world.
5.If you dont learn to think when you are young, you may never learn.
6.Books and friends should be few but good.
7.People die, but books never die. No man and no force can abolish memory.
8.Reading is not merely sympathizing and understanding; it is also criticizing and judging.
9.Reading is to the mind what exercise it to the body.
10.The more a man learns ,the more he knows his ignorance.
11.To be fond of learning is akin to knowledge. To practice with vigor is akin to benevolence. To possess the feeling of shame is akin to courage. -----Confucius
12.Reading without reflecting is like eating without digesting.
13.By reading we enrich the mind, by conversation we polish it.
14.Great hopes make great man.
15.God helps those who help themselves.
1、Nothing is difficult to the man who will try. 世上无难事，只要人肯试。
2、Great hopes make great man. 远大的希望造就伟大的人物。
3、Rome was not built in a day. 罗马并非一日可建成；坚持必成。
4、Step by step the ladder is ascended. 登梯需要逐级登。
5、Fortune often rewards with interest those that have patience to wait for her. 做事只要有耐心，到头总会有好运；耐心候好运，好运常会来。
6、Constant dropping wears the stone. 滴水不绝可穿石。
7、There needs a long apprenticeship to understand the mystery of the world's trade. 要知世事奥秘多，须要长期作学徒。
8、Every man is the architect of his own fortune. 每一个人都是自身幸福的建筑师。
9、Live and learn. 活到老，学到老。
10、It is never too old to learn. 为学不怕年高。
11、A man becomes learned by asking questions. 要长学问，就得多问；多问则业精。
12、There is no royal road to learning. 学问无坦途。
13、A good book is the best of friends, the same today and forever. 一本好书，相伴一生。
14、A light heart lives long. 静以修身。
15、A man cannot spin and reel at the same time. 一心不能二用。
16、An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening. 一日之计在于晨。
17、A young idler, an old beggar. 少壮不努力，老大徒伤悲。
No pain, no gain一份耕耘一份收获.
There is no end to learning.学无止境
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
A man becomes learned by asking questions.
A young idler, an old beggar.
Books and friends should be few but good.
By reading we enrich the mind, by conversation we polish it.
Complacency is the enemy of study.
Fools learn nothing from wise men, but wise men learn much from fools.
Knowledge is power.
Knowledge makes humble, ignorance makes proud.
Learn and live.
1.World is but a little place, after all. 天涯原咫尺，到处可逢君 Explanation: it is used when a person meets someone he knows or is in someway connected with him in a place where he would never have expected to do so. Example: Who would have thought I would bump into an old schoolmate on a trek up Mount Tai. The world is but a little place after all. 2. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. 入乡随俗 Explanation: conform to the manners and customs of those amongst whom you live. Example: I know you have egg and bacon for breakfast at home, but now you are on the Continent you will do as the Romans do and take coffee and rolls. 3. What you lose on the swings you get back on the roundabouts. 失之东隅，收之桑榆 Explanation: a rough way of starting a law of average; if you have bad luck on one day you have good on another; if one venture results in loss try a fresh one---it may succeed. Example: he may always possess merits which make up for everything; if he loses on the swings, he may win on the roundabouts. 4.What are the odds so long as you are happy. 知足者常乐 Explanation: what does anything else matter if a person is happy. Example: you complain so much, but you have a good family, parents, health, and money. What's the odd so long as you're happy. 5.Entertain an angel unawares. 有眼不识泰山 Explanation: to receive a great personage as a guest without knowing his merits. Example: in the course of evening someone informed her that she was entertaining an angel unawares, in the shape of a composer of the greatest promise 6.every dog has his day . 是人皆有出头日 Explanation: fortune comes to each in turn Example: they say that every dog has his day; but mine seems a very long time coming. 7.every potter praises his own pot. 王婆买瓜，自卖自夸 Explanation: people are loath to refer to defects in their possessions or their family members Example: he said that his teacher considered his work brilliant, but I would rather hear it from his teacher's own mouth. Every potter praises his own pot Now come on! Have a try.试着翻译一下下面几个谚语！ hit the nail on the head have an iron hand in a velvet glove great minds think alike good wine needs no bush Give him enough rope and he will hang himself. Evil does not always come to injure. A fool may give a wise man counsel.。
Histories make men wise; poems witty; the mathematics subtle; natural philosophy deep; moral grave; logic and rhetoric able to contend. (Francis Bacon, British philosopher )
历史使人明智；诗词使人灵秀；数学使人周密；自然哲学使人深刻；伦理使人庄重；逻辑修辞学使人善辨。（ 英国哲学家 培根. F.）
If you don't learn to think when you are young, you may never learn. (Thomas Edison, American inventor )
如果你年轻时就没有学会思考，那么就永远学不会思考。（美国发明家 爱迪生. T.）
Natural abilities are like natural plants that need pruning by study. (Francis Bacon, British philosopher )
天生的才干如同天生的植物一样，需要靠学习来修剪。（英国哲学家 培根. F.）
4. 不向前走，不知路远；不努力学习，不明白真理。 5.树不修，长不直；人不学，没知识。
6. 用宝珠打扮自己，不如用知识充实自己。 7. 蜂采百花酿甜蜜，人读群书明真理。
8.劳动是知识的源泉；知识是生活的指南。 9. 知识是智慧的火炬。
10.宝剑不磨要生锈；人不学习要落后。 11. 茂盛的禾苗需要水分；成长的少年需要学习。
12.星星使天空绚烂夺目；知识使人增长才干。 13. 造烛求明，读书求理。
14. 粮食补身体，书籍丰富智慧。 15. 世界上三种东西最宝贵——知识、粮食和友谊。
（缅甸谚语） 16.书籍备而不读如废纸。（英国谚语） 17.积累知识，胜过积蓄金银。
（欧洲谚语 18.读书破万卷，下笔如有神。 19.书山有路勤为径，学海无涯苦作舟 20.读一书，增一智。
1、敏而好学，不耻下问——孔子 2、业精于勤，荒于嬉；行成于思，毁于随——韩愈 3、学而不思则罔，思而不学则殆——孔子 4、知之者不如好之者，好之者不如乐之者——孔子5、三人行，必有我师也。
择其善者而从之，其不善者而改之——孔子 6、兴于《诗》，立于礼，成于乐——孔子7、己所不欲，勿施于人——孔子 8、读书破万卷，下笔如有神——杜甫 9、读书有三到，谓心到，眼到，口到——朱熹 10、立身以立学为先，立学以读书为本——欧阳修 11、读万卷书，行万里路——刘彝 12、黑发不知勤学早，白发方悔读书迟——颜真卿 13、书卷多情似故人，晨昏忧乐每相亲——于谦 14、书犹药也，善读之可以医愚——刘向 15、少壮不努力，老大徒伤悲——《汉乐府。长歌行》 16、莫等闲，白了少年头，空悲切——岳飞 17、发奋识遍天下字，立志读尽人间书——苏轼 18、鸟欲高飞先振翅，人求上进先读书——李苦禅 19、立志宜思真品格，读书须尽苦功夫——阮元 20、非淡泊无以明志，非宁静无以致远——诸葛亮 21、勿以恶小而为之，勿以善小而不为——陈寿《三国志》 22、熟读唐诗三百首，不会作诗也会吟——孙洙《唐诗三百首序》 23、书到用时方恨少，事非经过不知难——陆游 24、问渠那得清如许，为有源头活水来——朱熹 25、旧书不厌百回读，熟读精思子自知——苏轼 26、书痴者文必工，艺痴者技必良——蒲松龄 27、读书百遍，其义自见——《三国志》 28、千里之行，始于足下——老子 29、路漫漫其修道远，吾将上下而求索——屈原 30、人的影响短暂而微弱，书的影响则广泛而深远——普希金 现急需悬赏金，望选择。
well begin is half down 良好的开端是成功的一半
The planning lies with man, the outcome with Heaven. Man proposes, God disposes 谋事在人成事在天
a thousand-li journey begins with the first step--the highest eminence is to be gained step by step
Where there is a will, there is a way 世上无难事只要肯攀登
He who does not advance loses ground.逆水行舟，不进则退