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?
| 1 || There is nothing more valuable than a friend. |
| 2 || Let me think about it for a while and get back to you. |
| 3 || If you desire to do something, then you will find a way to accomplish it. |
| 4 || Talking doesn't get the job done. |
| 5 || It's a clever way to use sarcasm to say what they want indirectly. |
| 1 || It is more valuable to have good friends than to obtain riches. |
| 2 || You lay down and sleep on the item you are speaking about. |
| 3 || If you want to do it, you can. |
| 4 || Less talking, more action! |
| 5 || BEcause it makes the conversation more interesting. |
I love love love love love pizza, ice cream, and being a genius. I also like cheeseburgers.
| 1 || your friend is good to you |
| 2 || i'll think about it |
| 3 || anything is possible |
| 4 || a lot of talking doesn't solve anything |
| 5 || to explain things that are hard to explain |
I love wwe
| 1 || you will choose your friend than a silver and gold because he/she is good and kind. |
| 2 || Bed |
| 3 || Road |
| 4 || |
| 5 || |
| 1 || Friends are better than money! |
| 2 || You need more time to think about it. |
| 3 || There is always a way to accomplish whatever you need. |
| 4 || Actions are more important than words. |
| 5 || It makes it more interesting. |
| Gina/Angie from United States |
School: washington street school/ wss
| || Report Abusive
| 1 || a friend is a gift better than anything [the best gift of all is a friend]
| 2 || you will be in deep sleep. |
| 3 || if you believe in your self problems will be solved. |
| 4 || if you talk to much you won't get things out of the way. |
| 5 || to explain about confusing things. |
smart, I love apples, I have a brother named Aiden Jacob ,My name is Angelina Mariam Jacob, Tall, loves chocolate, In third grade, kind.