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Famous English Proverbs Meanings 8


Famous English Proverbs Meanings 8: Learn a list of examples of famous English proverbs by rearranging the jumbled words. Click ‘Examples of Proverbs 4‘ and ‘Proverbs‘ to learn more examples of proverbs and proverb activities.

Famous English Proverbs Meanings 8 – List of proverbs for kids – Famous Proverbs

Famous English Proverbs Meanings 8 includes a list of examples of famous English proverbs in the wrong order and you have to put them in the right order. Practise your knowledge of proverbs by rearranging the jumbled proverbs. Read each clue, to know the proverb hidden in the jumbled words. Enjoy unscrambling proverbs!

[{ "question": "where there’s smoke, there’s fire", "clue": "Clue: There’s always some reason for a rumour." }, { "question": "two heads are better than one", "clue": "Clue: It’s helpful to have the advice or opinion of a second person." }, { "question": "there’s no time like the present", "clue": "Clue: the best time to do something is right now." }, { "question": "keep your friends close and your enemies closer", "clue": "Clue: If you have an enemy, pretend to be friends with them instead of openly fighting with them. That way you can watch them carefully and figure out what they’re planning." }, { "question": "first come, first served", "clue": "Clue: Used to indicate that people will be dealt with strictly in the order in which they arrive or apply." }, { "question": "great minds think alike", "clue": "Clue: when two people have the same opinion or make the same choice." }, { "question": "habit is second nature", "clue": "Clue: an act done repeatedly and often enough will sooner or later become a habit or second nature." }, { "question": "least said, soonest mended", "clue": "Clue: A difficult situation will be resolved more quickly if there is no more discussion of it." }, { "question": "in for a penny, in for a pound", "clue": "Clue: Used to express someone’s intention to see an undertaking through, however much time, effort, or money this entails." }, { "question": "half a loaf is better than no bread", "clue": "Clue: It is better to accept less than one wants or expects than to have nothing at all." }]