Syvum Home Page

Home > English Proverbs >

English Proverbs : Proverb to Meaning I


Given the MEANING, identify the PROVERB

Formats Info Page Worksheet / Test Paper Quiz Reverse Quiz Review
Multiple choice | Flash Cards | Match the Columns

Your Performance  

1.

Since something better must follow an unpleasant event, be optimistic.

  A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

  The die is cast.

  After a storm comes a calm.

  Actions speak louder than words.

  Half-n-half Clue
 

2.

What pleases the sight varies from one person to another.

  Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  Coming events cast their shadows before.

  Barking dogs seldom bite.

  Birds of a feather flock together.

  Half-n-half Clue
 

3.

Do not give a precious thing to someone who cannot value it.

  Do not cast your pearls before swine.

  Call a spade a spade.

  First come, first served.

  Don't make a mountain out of a molehill.

  Half-n-half Clue
 

4.

Nothing can go on forever as all things change.

  All roads lead to Rome.

  Blood is thicker than water.

  The best of friends must part.

  First come, first served.

  Half-n-half Clue
 

5.

The character of a child shows the kind of man he will grow up to be.

  Do as you would be done by.

  After a storm comes a calm.

  Absence makes the heart grow fonder.

  The child is father of the man.

  Half-n-half Clue
 

6.

People who talk a lot or threaten may not be actually harmful.

  Beggars cannot be choosers.

  Actions speak louder than words.

  Barking dogs seldom bite.

  A burnt child dreads the fire.

  Half-n-half Clue
 

7.

A mistake can be a great teacher.

  The best of friends must part.

  Birds of a feather flock together.

  A burnt child dreads the fire.

  The darkest hour is that before the dawn.

  Half-n-half Clue
 


 
14 more pages in Proverbs for Teens


Contact Info © 1999-2018 Syvum Technologies Inc. Privacy Policy Disclaimer and Copyright
Previous
-
Next
-