Posted by: Idioma Extra | December 18, 2013

Grammar Guru


Proverbs

proverbs

A proverb is a short saying in general use, stating a general truth or offering a piece of advice.

For example, the proverb Rome wasn’t built in a day means that important jobs can take a long time.

Play this Proverbs game here to practice, then use this idiom dictionary to find the definition of any new proverb.


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