Spanish Proverbs

“The poor writer blames the pen.”

“A rule isn’t unfair if it applies to everyone.”

“Of two evils choose the least.”

“How nice it is to see the rain without getting wet.”

“A little thing in hand is worth more than a great thing in prospect.”

“A man may learn wit every day.”

“A moneyless man goes fast through the market.”

“We all have a little bit of musician, poet and crazy person in ourselves.”

“Don’t leave for tomorrow that which you can do today.”

“A pound of care will not pay a pound of debt.”

“A miss is as good as a mile.”

“If you tell your secret to your friend, you will make him your master.”

“Whom God will destroy, he first makes mad.”

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

“Man proposes, God disposes.”

“Fear the man of one book.”

“A fool and his money are soon parted.”

“A friend in need is a friend indeed.”

“A creaking door hangs longest.”

“A good payer will not object to leaving a deposit.”

“If you think the worst, you won’t be far wrong.”

“If you want to watch, you’d better keep quiet.”

“If you wish good advice, consult an old man.”

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