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Proverbs

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Samantha Gottlieb

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Proverbs

Chinese Spanish Proverb: "En guerra avisada no muere soldado" Literal Translation: In a scheduled war, no soldiers die Moral: Be aware of the future Connection? In ancient times, there was a shepard boy. His family owned a lot of sheep.

His job was to take care of the sheep.

One day his family was not home. So, he was alone.

That day he saw many wolves. The wolves were running very fast toward his family's sheep. So, he was very scared. He thought he could not save the sheep. He wanted to run away.

He was scared that he and his sheep are finished. Then he remembered that one day his grandfather told him "don't cry until you see the coffin".

He now knew that he had to go out and help save the sheep.





English Translation: Moral: This is kind of like a perserverance-type of proverb, about not giving up. But it also talks about thinking about the present.

The moral is not to give up before you've been through what you've been through. It encourages you to try something even if you think you can't do it. Real-Life Situation? Bibliography: http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Spanish_proverbs http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/不棺材不掉泪
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