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名言英译:让你的英文增色的好句子 -01-7 00::1 来源: 1. Time flies. 时光易逝 . Time is money. 一寸光阴一寸金 3. Time and tide wait no man. 岁月无情;岁月易逝;岁月不待人. Time tries all. 时间检验一切 5. Time tries truth. 时间检验真理 6. Time past cannot be called back again. 光阴一去不复返 7. All time is no time when it is past. 光阴一去不复返 8. No one can call back yesterday;Yesterday will not be called again. 昨日不复来 9. Tomorrow comes never. 切莫依赖明天.One today is worth two tomorrows. 一个今天胜似两个明天.The morning sun never lasts a day. 好景不常;朝阳不能光照全日.Christmas comes but once a year. 圣诞一年只一度 .Pleasant hours fly past. 快乐时光去如飞.Happiness takes no of time. 欢娱不惜时光逝 .Time tames the strongest grief. 时间能缓和极度的悲痛 .The day is short but the work is much. 工作多,光阴迫 .Never deter till tomorrow that which you can do today. 今日事须今日毕,切勿拖延到明天 18.Have you somewhat to do tomorrow,do it today. 明天如有事,今天就去做 19.To him that does everything in its proper time,one day is worth three. 事事及时做,一日胜三日 .To save time is to lengthen life. 节省时间就是延长生命1.Everything has its time and that time must be watched. 万物皆有时,时来不可失.Take time when time cometh,lest time steal away. 时来必须要趁时,不然时去无声息3.When an opporty is neglected,it never comes back to you. 机不可失,时不再来;机会一过,永不再来.Make hay while the sun shines. 晒草要趁太阳好5.Strike while the iron is hot. 趁热打铁 6.Work today, you know not how much you may be hindered tomrrow. 今朝有事今朝做,明朝可能阻碍多 7.Punctuality is the soul of business. 守时为立业之要素.Procrastination is the thief of time. 因循拖延是时间的大敌;拖延就是浪费时间9.Every tide hath ist ebb. 潮涨必有潮落时 30.Knowledge is power. 知识就是力量 31.Wisdom is more to be envied than riches. 知识可羡,胜于财富 3.Wisdom is better than gold or silver. 知识胜过金银, 33.Wisdom in the mind is better than money in the hand. 胸中有知识,胜于手中有钱 .Wisdom is a good purchase though we pay dear it. 为了求知识,代价虽高也值得35.Doubt is the key of knowledge. 怀疑是知识之钥 36.If you want knowledge,you must toil it. 若要求知识,须从勤苦得 37.A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. 浅学误人 38.A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning. 少量的常识,当得大量的学问39.Knowledge advances by steps and not by leaps. 知识只能循序渐进,不能跃进0.Learn wisdom by the follies of others. 从旁人的愚行中学到聪明 1.It is good to learn at another man’s cost. 前车可鉴 .Wisdom is to the mind what health is to the body. 知识之于精神,一如健康之于肉体 3.Experience is the best teacher. 经验是最好的教师 .Experience is the father of wisdom and memory the mother. 经验是知识之父,记忆是知识之母5.Dexterity comes by experience. 熟练来自经验 6.Practice makes perfect. 熟能生巧 7.Experience keeps a dear school,but fools learn in no other. 经验学校学费高,愚人旁处学不到 8. Experience without learning is better than learning without experience. 有经验而无学问,胜于有学问而无经验9.Wit once bought is worth twice taught. 由经验而得的智慧,胜于学习而得的智慧;一次亲身的体会,胜过两次的教师教导 50.Seeing is believing. 百闻不如一见 51.Business is the salt of life. 事业是生命之盐 5.Business bee pleasure. 事业在先,享乐在后53.Business makes a man as well as tries him. 事业可以考验人,也可以造就人 5.Business neglected is business lost. 忽视职业便是放弃职业55.Never think yourself above business. 勿自视过高;不要眼高手低;永远不要认为自己是大才小用 56.Business may be troublesome,but idleness is pernicious. 事业虽扰人,懒惰害更大 57.He that thinks his business below him will always be above his business. 自命大才小用,往往眼高手低 58.Do business,but be not a slave to it. 要做事,但不要做事务的奴隶 59.Everybody’s business is nobody’s business. 众人的事就是无人过问的事 60.Work makes the workman. 勤工出巧匠 61.Better master one than engage with ten. 会十事,不如精一事6.A work ill done must be twice done. 首次做不好,必须重新搞63.They who cannot do as they would,must do as they can. 不能如愿而行,也须尽力而为 6.If you would have a thing well done,do it yourself. 想把事情来做好,就得亲自动手搞 65.He that doth most at once doth least. 什么都想一次做完,结果一件也做不完;贪多嚼不 烂 66.Do as most men do and men will speak well of thee. 照大多数人那样干,人们会把你称赞 67.What may be done at any time will be done at no time. 在任何时候都可做的事情,总是在任何时候都不做的事情 68.Better late than never. 迟做总比不做好 69.Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. 凡是值得做的事,就值得做好 70.The shortest answer is doing the thing. 最简短的回答就是一个“干”字 71.Action is the proper fruit of knowledge. 行动是知识之佳果 7.Finished labours are pleasant. 完成工作是一乐 73.It is lost labour to sow where there is no soil. 没有土壤,播种也是徒劳 7.It is right to put everything in its proper use. 凡事都应用得其所 75.Affairs that are done by due degrees are soon ended. 部就班,事情很快就做完 76.All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. 只工作,不玩耍,聪明小孩也变傻 77.Work bears witness who does well. 工作能明谁做的好 78.It is not work that kills,but worry. 工作不会伤身,伤身乃是忧虑 79.He that will not work shall not eat. 不工作者不得食80.Business is business. 公事公办 81.Deliberate slowly,执行 promptly. 慢慢酌量,快快行动 8.Put your shoulder to the wheel. 努力工作83.Never do things by halves. 做事不要半途而废 8.In a penny,in a pound. 做事一开头,就要做到底;一不做,二不休 85.Many hands make quick work. 人多干活快 86.Many hands make light work. 众擎易举 87.A bad workman quarrels with his tools. 技术拙劣的工人抱怨自己的工具88.Diligence is the mohter of success. 勤奋是成功之母 89.Idleness is the root of all evil. 懒惰乃万恶之源 90.Care and diligence bring luck. 谨慎和勤奋带来好运91.Diligence is the mother of good tune. 勤勉是好运之母 9.Industry is tune’s right hand,and frugality her left. 勤勉是幸运的右手,世俭是幸运的左手 93.Idleness is the key of beggary. 懒惰出乞丐 9.No root,no fruit. 无根就无果 95.Idle people (folks) have the most labour (take the most pains). 懒人做工作,越懒越费力 96.Sloth is the key of poverty. 惰能致贫 97.Sloth turneth the edge of wit. 懒散能磨去才智的锋芒 98.An idle brain is the devil’s workshop. 懒汉的头脑是魔鬼的工厂99.The secret of wealth lieth in the letters SAVE. 节俭是致富的秘诀 0. An idle youth,a needy age. 少壮不努力,老大徒伤悲 句子 英文 名言 知识

If I'd had my way,the story would have ended that day where it began--on the sixth hole at Stony Brook.“What was that bawling?”my wife,Shirley,asked,in-terrupting me in mid-swing.Without another word she marched into a mucky undergrowth and re-emerged carrying something alive.“Rrrit,rrit,rrit,”it screamed.“It's an orphaned raccoon,”she said,gently stroking a mud-matted ball of gray fur.“Its mother is probably ten yards away,has rabies and is about to attack,”I scolded.“No,it's alone and starving--that's why the little thing is out of its nest.Here,take it,”she ordered.“I think there' s another baby over there.”In a minute she returned with a squalling bookend--just as mud-encrusted and emaciated as the first.She wrapped the two complaining ingrates in her sweater.I knew that look.We were going to have two more mouths to feed.“Just remember,”I declared,“they're your bundles to look after.”But of all the family proclamations I have made over the years,none was wider of the mark.When,like Shirley and me,you have four children,you don' t think much about empty nests.You don't think the noisy,exuberant procession of kids and their friends will ever end.But the bedrooms will someday empty,the hot bath water will miraculously return,and the sounds that make a family will echo only in the scrapbook of your mind.Shirley and I had gone through the parting ritual with Laraine and Steve and Christopher.Now there was only Daniel,who was chafing to trade his room at home a pad at Penn State.So I was looking ward to my share of a little peace and quiet--not raccoons.“What do you feed baby raccoons?”I asked the game protector over the phone the next morning.We had cleaned them up,made them a bed in a box of rags,added a ticking clock in the hope it would calm them,found old baby bottles in the basement,fed them warm milk and got them to sleep,all without floorwalking the first night.However,they revived and began their machine-gun chant shortly after Shirley had run out the door,heading classes.In anticipation of a soon-to-be empty nest,she had gone back to college to get a master's degree so she could teach.Meanwhile,I had my own work to do--various publishing projects that I handle from home.As the only child remaining with us,Daniel was m y potential raccoon-relief man.Or so I hoped.“Whose bright idea was this?”he asked with the tart tongue of a teenager.“Your mother thought you needed something more to earn your allowance,”I cracked.“Will you heat some milk them?”“Sorry,I'm late school,”he called over his shoulder.He and I were at that awkward testing stage,somewhere between my flagging authority and his rush independence. 1930

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