Think about the following proverbs and write what you think they mean:

 1. A good friend is better than silver and gold.
 2. I'll sleep on it.
 3. Where there is a will there's a way.
 4. A lot of talk does not cook the rice.
 5. Why do you think people like to use proverbs in their speech?
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coco from Antigua and Barbuda
School: sunnyside
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1 a friend is better than grieving for things
2 sleep well
3 oiiojk
4 v bnm,
5 ujiokl;
About Me:     i am fat tall cute funny smart and perverted

Herma from South Africa
School: Sir Edmund Hillary
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1 A best friend is a best friend in deed
2 Forget
3 It's possible
4 Talking will not solve problems
5 To make their sentences sound interesting
About Me:     I love animals and most especially school

Sarah from Hongkong
School: CCC Kei Wan Primary School
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1 Friendship is precious.
2 I'll do it hardly.
3 If you have a wish, you have a chance to success.
4 A lot of talk is meaningless.
5 Tell something in another way.
About Me:     I am always willing to share.

lex from United States
School: johnson elementary
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1 lesser value is just as good
2 think it over
3 help is near by
4 I don't know
5 a different perspective on things
About Me:     I really need help in English I never liked reading easily distracted

Ray from United States
School: WMS
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1 a friend is more valuable
2 I will think about it
3 You will get it done with determination
4 Talking is not as important as doing
5 To make it more interesting

split pea from United States
School: julia richman h. s.
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1 A good friend is priceless
2 Going to bed,tell you in the morning
3 I,ll find a way no matter how long it takes
4 Fooling around gets nothing done
5 Keep you thinking
About Me:     I am 68years old.  I get along with everybody. I enjoy playing guitar

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