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001 The sting of a reproach,is the truth of it. 指责带给你刺痛,正是它的忠实之处。002 Virtue and happiness are mother and daugher. 美德和幸福犹如母女。

003 TAll mankind are beholden to him that is kind to the good. 行善者,人人铭记之。

004 It's the easiest thing in the world for a man to deceive himself.自欺是世上最易之事。

005 'Tis easier to prevent bad hadits than to breadk them.防止染上恶习远比消除

恶习容易。

006 An old man in a house is a good sign. 家中有老是一个好迹象。

007 Speak with contempt of none,form slave to king,the meanest bee,and will use,a sting. 别用言词贬低任何人,无论国王还是奴隶。最卑戝的蜜蜂也

008 Beware,beware!he'll cheat'ithoutscruple,who can without fear. 当心,当心!行骗而无所畏惧者,也将无所顾虑。

009 How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults.or resolution enough to mend them! 承认并改正错误,需要有足够的勇气和决心

010 If thou dost ill,the joy fades,not the pains;ifwell,the pain doth fade,the joy remains. 你若作恶,消失的是快乐而非痛苦;你若行善,消失的

011 Trick and treachery are the practice if fools,that have not wit enough to be honest. 傻瓜习惯于诡计和背判的伎俩,他们还没聪明到学会真诚待人

012 Great beauty,greatstength,and great riches,are really and truly of no great use;a right heart exceeds all. 貌美,力大,有钱,实无大益;一

013 Let our fathers and garandfathers be valued for their goodness,ourselves for our own. 让父亲和祖辈因他们的善行受到尊重,让我们因我们自己的

014 Thirst after desert,not reward. 渴求美德而非奖赏。

015 If thou injurestconscience,it will have its revenge on thee. 伤害良心,将受到良心的严惩。

016 If thou wouldest live long,livewell;for folly and wickedness shorten life. 若欲

求长寿,生活须行善,因为蠢行和邪恶会把生命缩短。

017 Each year one vicious habit rooted out,in time minght make the worst man good throughout. 每年根除一恶习,恶根亦会成完人。

018 None but the well-bred man knows how to confess a fault,or acknowledge

himself in an error. 唯有有教养者方知如何承认错误,或意识到自己行为

019 If you do what you should not,you must hear what you would not. 若做了不应做之事,则必然会听见不愿听之语。

020 Let thy vices die before thee. 让恶习先你死去。

021 Act uprightly,and despise calumny.Dirt may stick to a mud wall,but not polish'd marble. 为人正直的就不惧诽谤:污物可以沾到泥墙上,却附不

022 An honest man will receive neither money nor praise,that is not his due. 正直的人既不收受他人的钱财,也不接受他人的奉承,这些都不是他应得的

023 The honest man takes pains,and then enjoys pleasure,the knave takes pleasure,and then suffers pains. 正直的人先经历痛苦,然后享受欢乐;无赖

024 He that doth what he should not,shall feel what he would not. 若做了不应该做的事,则将产生自己所不希望有的感觉。

025 The goodwill of the governed will be starv'd,if not fed by the good deeds of the governors. 被统治者的良好愿望,若无统治者的善待,亦会饿死

026 The brave and the wise can both pity and excuse,when cowards and fools shew no mercy. 勇者和智者均有同情谅解之心,而懦夫和愚者则毫无怜悯之

027 Calamity and prisperity are the touchstones of integrity. 不幸与幸运都是正直的试金石。

028 Who judges best of a man,his enemies or himself? 谁能最恰当地评价一个人,他的敌人还是他自己?

029 Cunning proceeds from want of capacity. 狡诈出自于能力的缺乏。

030 You may be too cunning for one,but not for all. 蒙骗得了一人,但蒙骗不了所有的人。

031 Clean your finger,before you point at my spots. 先洗浄你的手指,再指出我的污迹。

032 He that can bear a reproof,and mend by it,if he is not wise,is in a fair way of being so. 能承受责备并据此改过者,若不算是智者,也距之不远

033 Tis hard to be poor and honest:An empty sack can hardly stand upright,but if it does,'tis a stout one! 要做到贫穷而又诚实实在不容易

034 Keep conscience clear,then never fear. 问心无愧,永无畏惧。

035 When you're good to others,you are best to yourself. 善待他人,即是最善待自己。

036 What is serving God?'Tis doing good to man. 什么才算是为上帝奉献?即对人

行善。

037 A quite conscience sleeps in thunder,but rest and guilt live far adunder. 平静的良心能在雷声中入睡,而安宁和负罪则无法毗邻。

038 There is no man so bad,but he secretly respects the good. 再坏的人都会暗自

敬重好人。

039 A true great man will neither trample on a worm,nor sneak to an emperpor.

真正的伟人既不大肆践踏小人物,也不会在皇帝面前奴顔卑膝。

040 Do me the favour to deny me at once. 立即把我拒绝,以此给我恩惠。

041 You may be more happy than pinces,if you will be more virtuous. 如果你能多

做善事,你会比王子还要幸福。

042 Who has deceiv'd thee so oft as thy self? 欺骗你的莫过于自己。

043 Nothing so popular as goodness. 最的欢迎的是善行。

044 Don't misinform your doctor nor your lawyer.别向医生和律师提供错误的消息。045 A good lawyar a bad neighbour. 好律师坏邻居。

046 The excellency of hogs is fatness,of men virtue. 猪的优点在于肥壮,人的优点

在于美德。

047 Don't throw stones at your neightbours,if your own windows are glass. 假

如你家的窗户是玻璃做的,别用石头打你的邻居。

048 Keep flax from fire,youth from gaming. 亚麻远离火苗,青年远离赌博。

049 One mend-fault is worth two find-faults,but one find-fault is better than

two make-faults. 一个改正之错相当于两个发现之错,但一个发现之错好

050 The sun never repents of the good he does,nor does he ever demand a recompence. 太阳绝不为它所做的善事后悔,也从不指望任何报酬。

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A friend is never known till a man has need.

需要之时方知友。

A friend without faults will never be found.

没有十全十美的朋友。

'After you' is good manners.

“您先请”是礼貌。

A good beginning is half done.

良好的开端是成功的一半。

A good beginning makes a good ending.

善始者善终。

A good book is a good friend.

好书如挚友。

A good book is the best of friends, the same today and forever. 一本好书,相伴一生。

A good conscience is a soft pillow.

不做亏心事,不怕鬼叫门。

A good fame is better than a good face.

美名胜过美貌。

A good husband makes a good wife.

夫善则妻贤。

A good medicine tastes bitter.

良药苦口。

A good wife health is a man's best wealth.

妻贤身体好是男人最大的财富。

Actions speak louder than words.

事实胜于雄辩。

Adversity leads to prosperity.

穷则思变。

Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.

逆境出人才。

A fair death honors the whole life.

死得其所,流芳百世。

A faithful friend is hard to find.

知音难觅。

A fall into a pit, a gain in your wit.

吃一堑,长一智。

A fox may grow gray, but never good.

江山易改,本性难移。

A friend in need is a friend indeed.

患难见真情。

A friend is easier lost than found.

得朋友难,失朋友易。

A great talker is a great liar.

说大话者多谎言。

A hedge between keeps friendship green.

君子之交淡如水。

A joke never gains an enemy but loses a friend.

戏谑不能化敌为友,只能使人失去朋友。

All things are difficult before they are easy.

凡事总是由难而易。

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

只会用功不玩耍,聪明孩子也变傻。

A man becomes learned by asking questions.

不耻下问才能有学问。

A man can do no more than he can.

凡事都应量力而行。

A man cannot spin and reel at the same time.

一心不能二用。

A man is known by his friends.

什么人交什么朋友。

A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds. 光说空话不做事,犹如花园光长刺。

A man without money is no man at all.

一分钱难倒英雄汉。

A merry heart goes all the way.

心旷神怡,事事顺利。

A miss is as good as a mile.

失之毫厘,差之千里。

A mother's love never changes.

母爱永恒。

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

一天一苹果,不用请医生。

A new broom sweeps clean.

新官上任三把火。

An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.

以眼还眼,以牙还牙。

An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening. 一日之计在于晨。

An old dog cannot learn new tricks.

老狗学不出新把戏。

An ounce of luck is better than a pound of wisdom. 聪明才智,不如运气。

Easy come, easy go.

易得者亦易失。

Nothing is impossible for a willing heart.

心之所愿,无所不成。

East or west, home is best.

东好西好,还是家里最好。

pain past is pleasure

过去的痛苦即快乐。

All things are difficult before they are easy.

凡事必先难后易。

Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.

心之所愿,无事不成。

Where there is life, there is hope.

有生命必有希望。

I feel strongly that I can make it.

我坚信我一定能成功。

Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.

与其诅咒黑暗,不如燃起蜡烛。

The shortest answer is doing.

最简短的回答就是行动。

Four short words sum up what has lifted most successful individuals above the crowd: a little bit more.

成功的秘诀就是四个简单的字:多一点点。

·All things in their being are good for something.

·天生我才必有用。

· Difficult circumstances serve as a textbook of life for people.

·困难坎坷是人们的生活教科书。

· Failure is the mother of success. - Thomas Paine

·失败乃成功之母。

· For man is man and master of his fate.

·人就是人,是自己命运的主人。

· The unexamined life is not worth living. -- Socrates

·混混噩噩的生活不值得过。 -- 苏格拉底

· None is of freedom or of life deserving unless he daily conquers it anew. -Erasmus

·只有每天再度战胜生活并夺取自由的人,才配享受生活的自由。

· Our destiny offers not the cup of despair, but the chalice of opportunity. So let us seize it, not in fear, but in gladness. -- R.M. Nixon

·命运给予我们的不是失望之酒,而是机会之杯。因此,梦颐呛廖薹惧,满心愉悦地把握命?- 尼克松

· Living without an aim is like sailing without a compass. -- John Ruskin

·生活没有目标,犹如航海没有罗盘。-- 罗斯金

· What makes life dreary is the want of motive. -- George Eliot

·没有了目的,生活便郁闷无光。 -- 乔治 ·埃略特

· Towering genius disdains a beaten path. It seeks regions hitherto unexplored.-- Lincoln

·卓越的天才不屑走旁人走过的路。他寻找迄今未开拓的地区。

· There is no such thing as a great talent without great will - power. -- Balzac

·没有伟大的意志力,便没有雄才大略。 -- 巴尔扎克

1 Be honest rather clever.

诚实比聪明更要紧。

2 Being on sea, sail; being on land, settle.

随遇而安。

3 Be just to all, but trust not all.

要公正对待所有的人,但不要轻信所有的人。

4 Believe not all that you see nor half what you hear. 眼见的不能全信,耳闻的也不能半信。

5 Be slow to promise and quick to perform.

不轻诺,诺必果。

6 Be swift to hear, slow to speak.

多听少说。

7 Better an empty purse than an empty head.

宁可钱袋瘪,不要脑袋空。

8 Better an open enemy than a false friend.

明枪易躲,暗箭难防。

9 Better good neighbours near than relations far away. 远亲不如近邻。

10 Between the cup and the lip a morsel may slip.

功亏一篑。

11 Between two stools one falls to the ground.

脚踏两头要落空。

12 Beware beginnings.

慎始为上。

13 Big mouthfuls ofter choke.

贪多嚼不烂。

14 Bind the sack before it be full.

做事应适可而止。

15 Birds of a feather flock together.

物以类聚,人以群分。

16 Birth is much, but breeding is more.

出身固然重要,教养更且重要。

17 Bite off more than one can chew.

贪多咽不下。

18 Bite the hand that feeds one.

恩将仇报。

19 Bitter pills may have wholesome effects. 良药苦口利于病。

20 Blind men can judge no colours.

不宜问道於盲。

21 Blood is thicker than water.

血浓于水。

22 Bread is the staff of life.

民以食为天。

23 Brevity is the soul of wit.

言以简洁为贵。

24 Bring up a raven and he'll pick out your eyes.

养虎贻患。

25 Burn not your house to rid it of the mouse.

投鼠忌器。

26 Burnt child dreads the fire.

一朝被蛇咬,十年怕井绳。

27 Business before pleasure.

事业在先,享乐在后。

28 Business is business.

公事公办。

29 By doing we learn.

经一事,长一智。

30 By falling we learn to go safely.

吃一堑,长一智。

31 By other's faults, wise men correct their own.

他山之石,可以攻玉。

32 By reading we enrich the mind; by conversation we polish it.

读书可以使我门的思想充实,谈话使其更臻完美。

英文名言集

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1. When I say I know you,I mean I knew you yesterday. I do not know you actually now.

当我说认识你的时,我是说我认识昨天的你。我不认识现在的你。

——Kaishnamurti克里什纳默尔迪

2.Wonders are many,and nothing is more wonderful then man.

天下奇迹无数,却无一比人更奇妙。--Sophocles

3.The proper function of man is to live,but not to exist.

人应该生活,而非单纯生存。--Jack London

4.If you smile when one is around,you really mean it.

如果你独自一人笑了,那是真心的笑。--Andy Rooney

5.There is a time to speak and a time to be silent.

该说话时说话,该沉默时沉默。--Caxton卡克斯顿

6.The worst bankrupt is the person who lost his enthusiasm.

最惨的破产就是丧失自己的热情。

-- H.W.Arnold H.W.阿诺德

7.It is awfully easy to be hard-boiled about everything in the daytime,but at night it is another thing.

在白天对什么都不动感情是极为容易的,但在夜晚就是另外一回事。

--Hemingway 海明威

8. To err is human,toforgive,divine.

人皆犯错,你能原谅别人,你就是圣人。 --Pope 蒲柏

9.There is an unconscious heeling process within the mind which mends up in spite of our desperate determination never to forget.

心中的伤痛总是不知不觉渐渐愈合,虽然我们也曾痛苦地发誓说永不忘记。

——Colleen McCullough 科林·麦卡洛

10.In this world there are only two tragedies. One is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it.

在这个世界上只有两种悲剧:一种是得不到自己想要的东西,另一种是得到了。

——Oscar Wildle奥斯卡·王尔德

11.Naked came I into this world,and naked must I go out.

我**裸地来到这个世界,也要**裸地离去。

——Cervantes 塞万提斯

12.Passion,though a bad regulator,is a powerful spring.

激情虽难以驾驭,却是种强大的动力。

——Emerson 爱默生

13.Carve your name on hearts and not on marbles.

把你的名字刻在人们的心里,而不是大理石上。

——Joseph Addison 约瑟夫·艾迪生

14. I can resist everything except temptation.

除了诱惑我什么都能抵抗。

——Oscar wilde奥斯卡·王尔德

15.What is a man's first duty? The answer is brief: To be himself.

一个人的首要职责是什么?很简单:做自己。

——Henrik Ibsen 易卜生

16. The love of country is the first virtue in a civilized man.

爱国是文明人类第一美德。

—— Napoleon 拿破仑

17. We can only love what we know and we can never know completely what we do not love.

我们只能爱我们理解的东西,却永远也不能彻底理解我们不爱的东西。

——A.L.Huxley A.L.赫胥黎

18.A beautiful form is better than a beautiful face;a beautiful behavior than a beautiful form.

美丽的形体胜于美丽的脸蛋,美丽的举止胜于美丽的形体。

——Emerson 爱默生

19.Man is,Properly speaking,based upon hope;he has no other posseession but hope.

恰当地说,人是因希望活着的,除了希望,一无所有。

——Thomas Caarlyle托马斯·卡莱尔

20.Man must look just as ridiculous to the crab when it sees him walk forward.

人类在螃蟹看来一定也是很好笑的,因为人类居然是向前走的。

——G.c.Lichtenberg G.C.利希滕贝格

21.All men whilst they are awake are in one common world;but each of them,when he is asleep,is in a world of his own.

所有人在醒着的时候都是置身于同一个世界,但在睡着后,却都置身在自己的世界。

——Plutarch 普卢塔克

22. Everyone is a moon,and has a dark side which he never shows in anybody.

每个人都是月球,有其从不展示给人看的黑暗面。

——Mark Twain 马克·吐温

23.Do not rejoice over anyone's death;remember that we all must die.

不要因某一个人死去而欢呼;记住我们都将死去。

——Apocrypha 阿波克拉弗

24. As long as any man exists,there is some need of him;let him fight for his own.

只要人生存,就有一些需要,让他为自己去奋斗吧。

——Cicero 西塞罗

25. Repetition does not transform a lie into a truth.

重复并不能把谎言变成真理。

——Franklin D.Roosevelt富兰克林·D·罗斯福

26.The instinct of a man is to pursue everything that flies from him, and to fly from all that pursue him.人的本能是追逐从他身边飞走的东西,却逃避追逐他的东西。

——Voltaire 伏尔泰

英语人生格言

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Joseph Addison. American wreter美国作家艾迪生.J.A

contented mind is the greatest blessing a man can enjoy in this world.

知足是人生在世最大的幸事。

A lifetime of happiness!No man alive could bear it; it would be hell on erath.

G.BernardShaw.British dramatist 终身幸福!这是任何活着的人都无法忍受的,那将是人间地狱。

英国历史学爱、散文家卡莱尔.T.

A well-written life is almost as rare as a well-spent one.

Thomas Carlyle, British historian and essayist 写得很好的生活和过得很好的生活

几乎一样少。

英国诗人考伯.W.

Absence of occupation is not rest, a mind quite vacant is a mind distress.

William Cowper, British poet 无所事事不是休息,十分空虚的心灵是痛苦的心灵。美国社会学家萨姆纳.W.G.

All the blessings we enjoy are the fruits of labor, toil, and self-denial, and study. Willian Graham Sumner, American sociologist 我们得到的一切幸福都是劳动、辛苦、自我克制和学习的成果。

英国诗人蒲伯.A.

Blessed is the man who expects nothing, for he shall not be disap-pointed.

Alexander Pope. British Poet 一无所求的人是幸福的,因为他永远也不会失望。

古雅典政治家梭伦

Call no man happy till he dies, he is at best but fortunate.

Solon, ancient Athenian statesman 人不进棺材,谁也称不上幸福,而至多不过是

幸运。

古罗马政治家伯修斯.A.M.S.

For in all adversity of fortune the worst sort of misery is to have been happy.

A.M S. Boethius, Ancient Roman statesman 在所有不幸中,最不幸的事是曾经幸

福过。

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英国剧作家杰罗尔德.D.W.

Happiness grows at our own firesides, and is not to be picked in strangers" garden.

D.W.Jerrold, British dramatist 幸福生长在我们自己的火炉边,而不能从别人的花

园中采得。

美国作家霍桑.N.

Happiness is a butterfly, which ,when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.

N. Hawthorn, American writer 幸福是一只蝴蝶,你要追逐它的时候,总是追不到;但是如果你悄悄地坐下来,它也许会飞落到你身上。

Happiness is a form of courage.

H.Jackson, British writer 幸福是勇气的一种形式。美国精神病学家托马斯. S. Happiness is an imaginary condition, formerly often attributed by the living to the dead , now usually attributed by adults to children, and by childuren to adults. Szasz Thomas, American psychiatrist 幸福是想象中的东西。从前,生者认为死者幸福,孩子则认为大人幸福。

英国法学家波洛克.C.

Happiness is a way station between too much and too little.

C.Pollock ,Britishjutist幸福是太多和太少之间的一站。美国总统罗斯福的夫人埃莉诺

Happiness is not a goal, it is a by--product.

Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, American president"s wife 幸福不是目的,而是一种副产品。

美国钢琴家利万特

Happiness is not something you experience; it"s something you re-member.

O.Levant, Ameican pianist 幸福不是你经历的事,而是你记得的事。

英国剧作家肖伯纳.G.

Happy is the man who is living by his hobby.

G.Bernard. Shaw, British dramatist 醉心于某种癖好的人是幸福的。

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法国女作家乔治·桑

Happiness lies in the consciousness we have of it.

George Sand, French woman writer 幸福在于自知拥有幸福。

美国总统罗斯福. F.

Happiness lies not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.

Frandlin Roosevelt, American President. 幸福不在于拥有金钱,而在于获得成就时的喜悦以及产生创造力的激情。

英国作家约翰逊.S.

Hope is itself a species of happiness which this world affords.

Samuel Johnson. British writer.希望本身是一种幸福,也许是这个世界能提供的主要的幸福。

美国总统富兰克林.B.

Human felicity is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen, as by little advantages that occur every day.

Benjamin Franklin, American president 与其说人类的幸福来自偶尔发生的鸿运,

不如说来自每天都有的小实惠。

美国博物学家雷伊.J

Industry is fortune"s right hand, and frugality her left.

John Ray, Averican naturalist 勤劳是财富的右手,节俭是她的左手。

美国女散文家里普利厄.A.

It is not easy to find happiness in ourselves, and it is not possible to find it elsewhere.

A. Repplier, American fimale essayist 要在自身找到幸福是不容易的,要在别的地方找到幸福则是不可能的。

美国作家塞尔斯.L.R.

Jobs and work do much more than most of us realize to provide happi-ness and contentment.

Leonard R. Sayles, American writer 职业和工作在使人得到幸福与满足方面所起的作用比我们大多数意识到的要多得多。

美国作家棱罗.H.D.

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Man is the artificer of his own happiness.

Henry David Thoreau, American writer 人是自己幸福的设计者。

美国总统林肯.A.

Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.

Abraham Limcoln . American ruesident对于大多数人来说,他们认定自己有多幸福,就有多幸福。

英国经济学家亚当·斯密

No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the far greater part of the members are poor and miserable.

Adam Smith , British economist 如果一个社会中的大部分成员贫穷而又悲惨,这个社会就谈不上繁荣幸福。

法国作家安德烈.G.

Nothing is more fatal to happiness than the remembrance of happiness.

Gide Andre, French writer 没有什么比回忆幸福更令人痛苦的了。

法国作家拉罗什富科.F.

One is never as unhappy as one thinks, nor as happy as one hopes.

Francois La Rochefoucauld, Frcnch writer 一个人永远不像他所想象的那样不幸,也不会像他所希望的那样幸福。

古希腊剧作家埃斯库罗斯

Only when a man"s life comes to its end in prosperity dare we pro-nounce him happy. Aeschylus.Ancient Greek dramatist 只能当一个人的生命在辉煌中结束时,我们才敢说他是幸福的。

美国作家洛根.P.S.

There ae two things to aim at in life: first, to get what you want; and ,after that, to enjoy it , only the wisest of mankind achieve the sceond.

P. Smith Logan, American writer 人的一生有两大目标:第一,得到你想要的东西;第二,享有你得到的东西。只有最聪明的人才能实现第二目标。

英国剧作家肖伯纳.G.

The secret of being miserable is to have leisure to bother about whether you are happy or not.

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Gerge Bernard Shaw. British dramatist 痛苦的秘密在于有闲功夫担心自己是否幸福。

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