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can i have some proverbs?? i need it to teach my sister?

at least 20 proverbs

Here are a few from my collection ... just the ones that start with "A ..."

•A bad cause requires many words. -German Proverb
•A bad compromise is better than a successful suit. - Spanish Proverb
•A bad day never hath a good night. - Spanish Proverb
•A bad excuse is better than none. - Spanish Proverb
•A bad Habit is worse than rabies. -Kurdish Proverb
•A bad labour, and a daughter after all. - Spanish Proverb
•A bad man's gift is like his master. - Spanish Proverb
•A bad mother wishes for good children. - Spanish Proverb
•A bad reputation is seldom completely amiss. -Swedish Proverb
•A bad thing never dies. - Spanish Proverb
•A bad wound may be cured, bad repute kills. - Spanish Proverb
•A bandicoot is lovely to his parents; a mule is pretty to its mate. - Indian proverb
•A barber does not shave himself. -African Proverb
•A barking dog was never a good biter. - Spanish Proverb
•A beautiful thing is never perfect. –Egyptian Proverb
•A bee does not touch a withered flower. -Swedish Proverb
•A benevolent man should allow a few faults in himself to keep his friends in countenance. -American Proverb
•A bespattered hog tries to bespatter another. - Spanish Proverb
•A bird in the hand is worth two in a bush. –English, French, Irish Proverb
•A blind man can see his mouth. -Irish Proverb
•A blind man's stroke, which raises a dust from beneath water. - Spanish Proverb
•A blind man's wife needs no paint. - Spanish Proverb
•A blow from a frying-pan, if it does not hurt, smuts.- Spanish Proverb
•A blow with a reed makes a noise but hurts not. - Spanish Proverb
•A boaster and a liar are cousins. - Spanish Proverb
•A boat stands firmer with two anchors. -- Russian Proverb
•A book is like a garden carried in the pocket.- Arab Proverb
•A boys best friend is his mother and there's no spancel stronger than her apron string. -Irish Proverb
•A boy's love is water in a sieve. - Spanish Proverb
•A broken hand works, but not a broken heart.- Persian Proverb
•A brother's wrath is a devil's wrath. -Swedish Proverb
•A buckle is a great addition to an old shoe. -Irish Proverb
•A buffeting threatened is never well given. - Spanish Proverb
•A bully is always a coward. - Spanish Proverb
•A business is good, when both parties make a good bargain. -Swedish Proverb
•A buxom widow must be married, buried, or cloistered. - Spanish Proverb
•A calf is not found under an ox. -Armenian Proverb
•A calf that is sucking does not bellow. -- Ghanaian Proverb
•A carrion crow never brings luck. -English Proverb
•A cat has nine lives.- Proverb of Unknown Origin
•A chameleon does not leave one tree until he is sure of another. - Arab Proverb
•A change is as good as a rest. - Arab Proverb
•A chick that will grow into a cock can be spotted the very day it hatches. -African Proverb
•A child does not laugh at the ugliness of his mother. -- Ghanaian Proverb
•A child of a year old sucks milk from the heel. - Spanish Proverb
•A child who fears beating, would never admit that he played with a missing knife. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A child who is carried on the back will not know how far the journey is.-- Nigerian Proverb
•A child's fingers are not scalded by a piece of hot yam which his mother puts into his palm. -African Proverb
•A clear conscience is a soft pillow.- German Proverb
•A close friend can become a close enemy. -Ethiopian Proverb
•A closed mouth catches no flies.- Italian Proverb
•A closed mouth--a wise head -Irish Proverb
•A comb becomes bad when it hurts you. -African Proverb
•A country can be judged by the quality of its proverbs.- German Proverb
•A courtyard common to all will be swept by none.- Chinese Proverb
•A covetous abbot for one offering loses a hundred. - Spanish Proverb
•A cracked bell will never be sound. - Spanish Proverb
•A crazy vessel never falls from the hand. - Spanish Proverb
•A cup of coffee commits one to forty years of friendship. -Kurdish Proverb
•A cutting word is worse than a bowstring, a cut may heal, but the cut of the tongue does not. -African Proverb
•A daily guest is a thief in the kitchen. - Spanish Proverb
•A determined heart will not be counselled. - Spanish Proverb
•A devotee's face, and a cat's claws. - Spanish Proverb
•A dimple on the chin, the devil within. -Gaelic Proverb
•A dishonest woman can't be kept in and an honest woman won't. -Irish Proverb
•A dog is wiser than a woman; it does not bark at its master. -Russian Proverb
•A drink precedes a story.- Irish Proverb
•A drop hollows out a stone. -- Russian Proverb
•A drowning man is not troubled by rain.- Persian Proverb
•A drowning man will clutch at straws. -Armenian Proverb
•A dry cough is the trumpeter of death. -French Proverb
•A fair day in winter is the mother of a storm. -English Proverb
•A fair October and a good blast, will blow the hag and her broom away fast. -English Proverb
•A faithful friend is a source of strength; whoever finds one has found a treasure. --Wisdom of Sirach 6:14
•A fast day is the eve of a feast day. - Spanish Proverb
•A father's love, for all other is air. - Spanish Proverb
•A fault-finder complains even that the bride is too pretty. –Yiddish Proverb
•A fault-finder complains even that the bride randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in a manner reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks and generally ravaged the countryside. –Yiddish Proverb
•A field held in common is always ravaged by bears. -- Russian Proverb
•A fifth wheel to a cart is but an encumbrance. - Spanish Proverb
•A fight between grasshoppers is a joy to the crow. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A fly may sting a horse and make him wince. -English Proverb
•A fly, a harlot, a beggar, a rat, and gusty wind; the village-boss and the tax collector - these seven are always annoying to others. - Indian proverb
•A fog cannot be dispelled by a fan. –Japanese Proverb
•A fog from the sea brings corn to the mills. -English Proverb
•A fool and his money are easily parted. -Irish Proverb
•A fool and water will go the way they are diverted. --Botswana Proverb
•A fool dreams of wealth, a wise man dreams of happiness. -Kurdish Proverb
•A fool looks for dung where the cow never browsed.-African Proverb
•A fool may chance to put something into a wise man's head. -African Proverb
•A fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees.- William Blake "Proverbs of Hell"
•A fool sometimes gives good counsel. - Spanish Proverb
•A fool, if he holds his tongue, passes for wise. - Spanish Proverb
•A fool, unless he knows Latin, is never a great fool. - Spanish Proverb
•A foolish man may be known by six things: Anger without cause, speech without profit, change without progress, inquiry without object, putting trust in a stranger, and mistaking foes for friends.- Arab Proverb
•A foolish woman knows a foolish man's faults --Irish Proverb
•A forest is in an acorn.- Proverb of Unknown Origin
•A forest is not made in a season. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A fortress on its guard is not surprised. - Spanish Proverb
•A fortunate man may be anywhere. - Spanish Proverb
•A friend advises in his interest, not yours. -Arab Proverb
•A friend by you is better than a brother far off. -Manx Proverb
•A friend in need is a friend indeed. –French, French Proverb
•A friend to everybody is a friend to nobody. - Spanish Proverb
•A friend's eye is a good mirror.- Irish Proverb
•A frog in the well does not know the ocean. –Japanese Proverb
•A full belly is neither good for flight, nor for fighting.
•A girl draws more than a rope. - Spanish Proverb
•A girl with a golden cradle doesn't remain long in her father's house. -Armenian Proverb
•A glass for the vodka, for the beer a mug, and for the table, cheerful company. -- Russian Proverb
•A golden ring can tie a man as tight as any chain. -Irish Proverb
•A good bark year makes a good wheat year. - Indian proverb
•A good beginning is half the work. -Irish Proverb
•A good companion shortens the longest road. -Kurdish Proverb
•A good denial, the best point in law.- Irish Proverb
•A good friend is often better than a brother.--Yiddish Proverb
•A good heart breaks bad fortune - Spanish Proverb
•A good hope is better than a bad possession. - Spanish Proverb
•A good husband is healthy and absent. –Japanese Proverb
•A good Jack makes a good Jill. –Japanese Proverb
•A good lawyer, a bad neighbour. -French Proverb
•A good life defers wrinkles. - Spanish Proverb
•A good listener is a silent flatterer. - Spanish Proverb
•A good man maybe, but it's best to shoot him. -- Russian Proverb
•A good name covers theft. - Spanish Proverb
•A good paymaster is keeper of other men's purses. - Spanish Proverb
•A good paymaster needs no security. - Spanish Proverb
•A good rest is half the work. –Yugoslavian Proverb
•A good servant makes a bad enemy. -English Proverb
•A good sword is the one left in its scabbard. –Japanese Proverb
•A good thing lost is a good thing valued. - Spanish Proverb
•A good traveller has no fix plan and does not intend to arrive. .-Chinese Proverb
•A good word extinguishes more than a pailful of water. - Spanish Proverb
•A grain does not fill a sieve, but it helps its fellow. - Spanish Proverb
•A grand eloquence, little conscience. - Spanish Proverb
•A great affair covers up a small matter. - Yoruban Proverb
•A great lance-thrust to a dead Moor. - Spanish Proverb
•A great leap gives a great shake. - Spanish Proverb
•A greyhound finds food in its feet. -Irish Proverb
•A guest should be blind in another man's house. -Irish Proverb
• A guilty conscience is a hidden enemy. - Indian proverb
•A handstaff of holly, a buailtin of hazel,a single sheaf and a clean floor. -Irish Proverb
•A hard beginning maketh a good ending. -English Proverb"
•A hard-working man is worth more than a crowd of loafers. -Swedish Proverb
•A healthy man is a successful man.- French Proverb
•A heart in love with beauty never grows old. -Kurdish Proverb
•A heavy purse makes a light heart. -Irish Proverb
•A hedge between keeps friendship green.- French Proverb
•A hen is heavy when carried far.- Irish Proverb
•A hero is someone who can keep his mouth shut when he is right.--Yiddish Proverb
•A horse of good breed is not dishonored by his saddle. - Arab Proverb
•A horse that will not carry a saddle must have no oats. - Arab Proverb
•A hound's food is in its legs.- Irish Proverb
•A house divided cannot stand. - Arab Proverb
•A house without a dog or a cat is the house of a scoundrel.- Portuguese Proverb
•A hungry man is an angry man.- English Proverb
•A hungry stomach has no ears. -Kurdish Proverb
•A hut is a palace to a poor man. -Irish Proverb
•A jug that has been mended lasts two hundred years. -- Russian Proverb
•A Kerry shower is of twenty-four hours. -Irish Proverb
•A kind word is like a Spring day. -- Russian Proverb
•A kind word warms a man through three winters. -Kurdish Proverb
•A king's son is not nobler than his food. -Irish Proverb
•A knife-wound heals, but a tongue-wound festers. -Kurdish Proverb
•A known mistake is better than an unknown truth. -Arab Proverb
•A lame crab walks straight. - Afghan Proverb
•A late spring is a great blessing. -English Proverb
•A laughing jackal portends a witch in the rafters. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A lawyer never goes to law himself. -English Proverb
•A lie travels round the world while truth is putting her boots on.- French Proverb
•A lion cannot hear its own roar. --Botswana Proverb
•A list full of gain and a village full of shame. -Irish Proverb
•A little dog can start a hare, but it takes a big one to catch it. -Irish Proverb
•A little of anything isn't worth a pin; but a wee bit of sense is worth a lot-Irish Proverb
•A little pleases a poor man. -Irish Proverb
•A little too late, is much too late.- German Proverb
•A little water is a sea to an ant. - Afghan Proverb
•A live dog is better than a dead lion. -Irish Proverb
•A loan though old is not gift.- Hungarian Proverb
•A lock is better than suspicion.- Irish Proverb
•A loud voice can make even the truth sound foolish. -Irish Proverb
•A lounging lizard catches no crickets. - Nigerian Proverb
•A loving wife is often blessed with the birth of a tenth child. -Botswana Proverb
•A man can only die once. -English Proverb
•A man does not have to attend church to be a Christian. -English Proverb
•A man does not seek his luck, luck seeks its man.- Turkish Proverb
•A man does not wander far from where his corn is roasting. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A man in love mistakes a pimple for a dimple. –Japanese Proverb
•A man is as old as he feels himself to be. -English Proverb
•A man is as wise as his mind, not his years. -Kurdish Proverb
•A man is judged by his work. -Kurdish Proverb
•A man is known by the friends he keeps. . –German Proverb
•A man is no more encumbered by his soul than the steed by his bridle or the lake by the swan. -Irish Proverb
•A man is not honest simply because he never had a chance to steal. Yiddish Proverb
•A man is shy in another man's corner. -Irish Proverb
•A man may be his own ruin. -Irish Proverb
•A man may lead a horse to water, but cannot make him drink. -English Proverb
•A man of one cow-a man of no cow. -Irish Proverb
•A man of straw needs a woman of gold.
•A man should live if only to satisfy his curiosity.- Yiddish Proverb
•A man who holds good cards would never say if they were dealt wrong. -Irish Proverb
•A man who lives alone is either always overworked, or always overfed. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A man with a loud laugh makes truth itself seem folly, Truth is great and will win out. -Irish Proverb
•A man's ruin lies in his tongue. –Egyptian Proverb
•A man's worst enemy can't wish him what he thinks up for himself. --Yiddish proverb
•A meeting in sunlight is lucky, and a burying in the rain. -Irish Proverb
•A mended lid to a cracked pan. –Japanese Proverb
•A merchant’s happiness hangs upon chance, winds, and waves. –Japanese Proverb
•A merry companion on the road is as good as a nag. –Japanese Proverb
•A mile walked with a friend has only one hundred steps. -- Russian Proverb
•A mill cannot grind with water that is past. -American Proverb
•A misty winter brings a pleasant spring, a pleasant winter a misty spring. -Irish Proverb
•A monkey never thinks her baby's ugly.- Haitian Proverb
•A mother understands what a child does not say. - Jewish proverb
•A mother-in-law is what you inherit when you marry. -English Proverb
•A mouth that praises and a hand that kills. - Arab Proverb
•A mule can swim seven different strokes but the moment he sees the water he forgets them all. -Armenian Proverb
•A mule laden with gold is welcome at every castle. -Armenian Proverb
•A narrow neck keeps the bottle from being emptied in one swig. -Irish Proverb
•A neighbor's hen looks as big as a goose, and his wife as young as a girl. -Kurdish Proverb
•A new besom sweeps clean. -French Proverb
•A new broom sweeps clean, but the old brush knows all the corners.- Irish Proverb
•A nice face is the best letter of recommendation. -Swedish Proverb
•A nod is as good as a wink to a blind donkey. -Irish Proverb
•A pain in the foot is soon forgotten -- a pain in the head is not. -Armenian Proverb
•A penny for your thoughts.- English Proverb"
•A penny saved is a penny gained.- Scottish Proverb
•A person eating must make crumbs. –Sicilian Proverb
•A person who misses a chance and the monkey who misses its branch can't be saved. -- Indian proverb
•A piece of bread in the pocket is better than a feather in the hat. -Swedish Proverb
•A piece of meat with eyes. –Sicilian Proverb
•A pig on a cushion will still seek slop. -- Russian Proverb
•A pig used to dirt turns its nose up at rice. –Japanese Proverb
•A poem ought to be well made at first, for there is many a one to spoil it afterwards. -Irish Proverb
•A poor beauty finds more lovers than husbands.- English Proverb
•A poor man never yet lost his property-Irish Proverb
•A porcupine speaking to its baby says, "O my child of velvet." - Afghan Proverb
•A postponement till morning A postponement for ever. -Irish Proverb
•A pot that build attracts the cook. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A priest who smokes opium knows the devil well. -- Russian Proverb
•A promise is a cloud; fulfillment is rain. -Arab Proverb
•A promise is a debt-Irish Proverb
•A proud heart can survive a general failure because such a failure does not prick its pride. -African Proverb
•A prudent man does not make the goat his gardener.- Hungarian Proverb
•A prudent man who knows proverbs, resolved problems. --Botswana Proverb
•A quarrel between brothers costs soul and life. -Swedish Proverb
•A ragged colt may make a good horse. -French Proverb
•A red apple invites stones. -Kurdish Proverb
•A rich man without liberality is like a tree without fruit. -Manx Proverb
•A ring on a good woman's finger is no good without a blouse on her back. -Irish Proverb
•A ripe melon falls by itself. -- African Proverb
•A river is not contaminated by having a dog drink from it. - Afghan Proverb
•A rock offered by a friend is like an apple. –Sicilian Proverb
•A round egg can be made square according to how you cut it; words would be harsh according to how you speak them. –Japanese Proverb
•A rumor goes in one ear and out many mouths. -Chinese proverb
•A saint sees saintliness in the worst of sinners, but a sinner can see sinfulness even in the holiest of saints. - India proverb
•A scabby colt may make a good horse. - Spanish Proverb
•A scholars ink lasts longer than a martyrs blood-Irish Proverb
•A secret between two is God's secret, a secret between three is everybody's. - Spanish Proverb
•A secret is a weapon and a friend. -Irish Proverb
•A secret is like a dove: when it leaves my hand it takes wing. - Arab Proverb
•A sense of humor is the pole that adds balance to our steps as we walk the tightrope of life. - Arab Proverb
•A shamefaced man seldom acquires wealth. -Irish Proverb
•A shock dog is starved and nobody believes it. - Spanish Proverb
•A shoemaker's wife and a smith's mare are always the worst shod. - Spanish Proverb
•A short courtship is the best courtship. -Manx Proverb
•A short halter for a greedy horse. - Spanish Proverb
•A short horse is soon curried. - Spanish Proverb
•A short visit is best and that not too often. -Irish Proverb
•A shrew gets her wish but suffers in the getting. -Irish Proverb
•A sick man sleeps, but not a debtor. - Spanish Proverb
•A silent mouth is melodious.- Irish Proverb
•A silent mouth is musical. -Irish Proverb
•A silent mouth is sweet to hear. -Irish Proverb
•A silent mouth never did any harm. -Irish Proverb
•A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle. –Japanese Proverb
• A single Russian hair outweighs half a Pole. -- Russian Proverb
•A single tree can not make a forest. -- Nigerian Proverb He who has people is richer than he who has money. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A slight suspicion may destroy a good repute. -Danish Proverb
•A slipshod man wastes away in the midst of plenty. --Botswana Proverb
•A sly rogue is often in good dress. -Irish Proverb
•A small family is soon provided for. -English Proverb
•A small key opens big doors. -Kurdish Proverb
•A smokey cabin, a handful of spuds and a flea-filled bed-Irish Proverb
•A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.- Greek Proverb
•A soft answer turneth awa
•A soft dropping April brings milk to cows and sheep. -Irish Proverb
•A son is a son till he gets him a wife, / But a daughter's a daughter the rest of your life.- Proverb of Unknown Origin
•A son-in-law's friendship is a winter's sun. - Spanish Proverb
•A sooty chimney costs many a beef-steak. - Spanish Proverb
•A sparrow in the hand is better than a bustard on the wing. - Spanish Proverb
•A spender gets the property of the hoarder-Irish Proverb
•A spoken word is not a sparrow. Once it flies out, you can't catch it. -- Russian Proverb
•A spoon does not know the taste of soup, nor a learned fool the taste of wisdom.- Welsh Proverb
•A spot shows most on the finest cloth. - Spanish Proverb
•A stern creditor is [often] a poor payer. -Swedish Proverb
•A stitch in due time saves nine. -Manx Proverb
•A story without an author is not worth listening to. -Irish Proverb
•A stranger dances - he does not sing. -- Ghanaian Proverb
•A stranger has big eyes but sees nothing. -African Proverb
•A stream cannot rise about its source. -African Proverb
•A successful writer has a good memory and hopes that others do not have it. -Swedish Proverb
•A table is not blessed if it has fed no scholars. Yiddish Proverb
•A teacher is better than two books.- German Proverb
•A thief is a thief, whether he steals a diamond or a cucumber. - Indian proverb
•A thief thinks everybody steals.- Indian proverb
•A thorn defends the rose, harming only those who would steal the blossom.- Chinese proverb
•A thousand friends are too few; one enemy is one too many. -Kurdish Proverb
•A throne is only a bench covered with velvet.- French Proverb
•A tiny one seems arrogant. -Swedish Proverb
•A toughe pulled out by its roots and nailed to a tree no longer loves idle gossip. -- Russian Proverb
•A trade not properly learned is an enemy.- Irish Proverb
•A tree falls the way it leans.- Bulgarian Proverb
•A tree is best measured when it's down. -- Nigerian Proverb
•A tree often transplanted neither grows nor thrives. - Spanish Proverb
•A tribulation is better than a hundred warnings. -Kurdish Proverb
•A trout in the pot is better than a salmon in the sea. -Irish Proverb
•A true gentleman would rather have his clothes torn than mended. - Spanish Proverb
•A turkey never voted for an early Christmas. -Irish Proverb
•A turn of the key is better than the conscience of a friar. - Spanish Proverb
•A turtle makes progress when it sticks its neck out. - Spanish Proverb
•A visitor comes with ten blessings, eats one, and leaves nine. -Kurdish Proverb
•A watched kettle never boils. -Irish Proverb
•A weapon which you don't have in your hand won't kill a snake. -African Proverb
•A wedge from itself splits the oak tree. -Irish Proverb
•A weeping suitor, a barefoot smith, a runaway horse and a stammering minister, who do you prefer? -Norwegian Proverb
•A welcome is a debtor's face-Irish Proverb
•A well-wisher sees from afar. - Spanish Proverb
•A whistling woman and a crowing hen will bring no luck to the house they are in. -Irish Proverb
•A white Christmas fills the churchyard.- French Proverb
•A wicked book is the wickeder because it cannot repent. -English Proverb
•A wife is one's heart's delight. --Hebrew Proverb
•A wild goose never reared a tame gosling. -Irish Proverb
•A windy day is the wrong one for thatching. -Irish Proverb
•A wise companion is half the journey. -- Russian Proverb
•A wise head keeps a shut mouth-Irish Proverb
•A wise man associating with the vicious becomes an idiot; a dog traveling with good men becomes a rational being. -Arab Proverb
•A wise man changes his mind, a fool never. - Spanish Proverb
•A wise man does his own work. -Kurdish Proverb
•A wise man hears one word and understands two. Yiddish Proverb
•A wise man makes his own decisions, an ignorant man follows the public opinion.- Chinese Proverb
•A wise man remembers his friends at all times; a fool, only when he has need of them. -Kurdish Proverb
•A wise man to the rest of the world, but a nobody at home. - Indian proverb
•A wise man will not receive rebuke [partial]. -Manx Proverb
•A wise person changes his mind. –Japanese Proverb
•A woman can beat the devil. -Irish Proverb
•A woman has the form of an angel, the heart of a serpent, and the mind of an ass.- German Proverb
•A woman is like a rat: even if it grows up in your house, it steals from you. - Ghanaian Proverb
•A woman is like the moon-some nights it is silver others gold. -Armenian Proverb
•A woman like a goose, a sharp pecking woman; A woman like a pig, a sleepy-headed woman; A woman like a sickle, a strong stubborn woman; A woman like a goat, a woman of rushing visits; A woman like a sheep, an affable friendly woman; A woman like a lamb, a quiet friendly woman -Irish Proverb
•A woman that loves to be at the window is a bunch of grapes on the highway. -English Proverb
•A woman without is she who has neither pipe nor child-Irish Proverb
•A woman's tears and a log's limping are not real. - Spanish Proverb
•A word and a stone once launched cannot be recalled. - Spanish Proverb
•A word from the mouth, a stone from a sling. - Spanish Proverb
•A word of kindness is better than a bottle of vodka. -- Russian Proverb
•A worthy cause is worth pursuing to the end. -- Ghanaian Proverb
•A worthy woman is far more precious than jewels, strength and dignity are her clothing.- Bible - Proverbs 31
•A wren in the hand is better than a crane to be caught. -Irish Proverb
•A young doctor makes a humpy churchyard. -English Proverb

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