How Many English Proverbs Do You Know?

A proverb sometimes says it all. Complete each proverb then read the explanation that follows. Have fun!

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What are your thoughts on this subject?
Marcella Kosse
While the correct proverb is: half a loaf is better than none, the only response that fit was “no bread at all” which means the same thing. Nowadays, people are saying “love me, love my cat” or whatever pet they have. Signs are made with these sayings. I had to think about it to remember what the original one was.
Oct 9, 2021 3:52PM
Anne Tisdell
Robert May, me too!
Sep 13, 2021 1:08PM
Anne Tisdell
16/20. Some I had not seen before.
Sep 13, 2021 1:07PM
Thor Johnson
#16 should be half a loaf is better than none so I got it wrong because I've never heard of the other choices
Aug 17, 2021 6:32PM
Nancy Chisholm
20/20 but 16 should be "half a loaf is better than none"
Aug 12, 2021 9:19AM
Terrence Chapman
The proverb containing the word “glitters” really should be “glisters” as its origin lies in one of Shakespeare’s plays. I think it’s The Merchant of Venice, however, through time, the word changed from the archaic form to a more modern “glitters”. The original reads as follows: “All that glisters is not gold, Often have you heard this told …”
Aug 9, 2021 4:54PM
Allison Aspden
Some of the given answers - Don’t ring true! This diminishes the quiz.
Jul 27, 2021 9:04PM
Muhammad  Yaqub  Ahmad Bajaj
My result 13 correct but u are showing 11 , correct it !
Jul 20, 2021 2:17PM
Emm Yo
Some of those are dumb. Love me, love my dog? Duh. 🙄
Jul 5, 2021 12:48AM
Robert May
Never heard #20. Did hear "Love me or leave me."
Jun 27, 2021 11:35AM
Robert May
I always heard "A half a loaf is better than none." Looks like several others also thought so, too. My maternal family is all English/ one ever said "no bread"....
Jun 27, 2021 11:33AM
Lilian Ling
19/20…. I lost the point on #16 because the way I have always heard it is …. half a loaf is better than none…. which wasn’t one of the choices.
Jun 17, 2021 11:00PM

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