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2011-06-30  金博志网址

以下内容转自:小颖博客

 英汉对照英语名人名言

 

Every tragedy makes heroes of common people.
(Normna Stephens, American writer)

每场悲剧都会在平凡的人中造就出英雄来。
(美国作家 斯蒂芬斯 N)
 
每日小格言:当你微笑时,世界会爱你;当你大笑时,世界则会害怕你!
 

Everything can be taken from a man but one thing; the freedom to choose his attitude in any given set of circumstances.
(Leonhard Frand , German novelist)

我可以拿走人的任何东西,但有一样东西不行,这就是在特定环境下选择自己的生活态度的自由。
(德国小说家 弗兰克 L)

Faith is the bird that feels the light when the down is still dark.

                ——R. Tagore

信念是黎明前天尚黑时感到光明的鸟。
    
            
                        ——泰戈尔

The very reputation of being strong-willed, plucky, and indefatigable is of priceless value.

                —— Charles Robert Darwin

意志坚强、胆量过人和不屈不挠的名声,乃是一种无价之宝。
    
               —— 达尔文

 

 

If your ship doesn't come in , swim out to it!

                —— Jonathan Winters

如果你的船不驶进来,那你就朝它游过去吧!
    
              ——J·温特斯

 

Whenever you have an aim you must sacrifice something of freedom to attain it.

             —— William Somerset Maugham

不论什么时候,只要你有一个目标,就得牺牲一定的自由去实现它。
    
     
             ——W·S·毛姆

 

We always have time enough, if we will but use it alright.

                ——Wolfgang Von Goethe

  
只要我们能善用时间,就永远不愁时间不够用。


Have an aim in life, or your energies will all be wasted.

                —— Richard Peters

    
人生应有目标,否则你的努力将成徒劳。
    
  
               ——理查·比德斯 


There is no paradise on earth equal to the union of love and innocence.

                —— Rousseau

人世间最大的幸福莫过于既有爱情又爱得纯洁无暇。
    
  

               ——卢梭  

 

As fruit needs not only sunshine but cold nights and chilling showers to ripen it, so character needs not only joy but trial and difficulty to mellow it.
(Hugh Black, American writer)

水果不仅需要阳光,也需要凉夜。寒冷的雨水能使其成熟。人的性格陶冶不仅需要欢乐,也需要考验和困难。
(美国作家 布莱克 H)

 

Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.
(Hellen Keller, American writer)

虽然世界多苦难,但是苦难总是能战胜的。
(美国作家 海伦·凯勒)

Almost any situation---good or bad ---is affected by the attitude we bring to.
(Lucius Annaus Seneca, Ancient Roman philosopher)

差不多任何一种处境——无论是好是坏——都受到我们对待处境的态度的影响。
(古罗马哲学家 西尼加 L A)

Adversity reveals genius; fortune conceals it.
(Horace, ancient Roman poet)

苦难显才华,好运隐天资。
(古罗马诗人 贺拉斯)

Love is an endless mystery, for it has nothing else to
   explain it.

                —— R. Tagore

爱是一个无穷无尽的谜,因为没有任何其他东西能够解释它。
    
              ——R·泰戈尔

Words may be false and full of arts ,sighs are the natural language of the heart.
(Thomas Shadwell, British dramatist)

言语可以是谎言并带有技巧;叹息才是心灵的自然流露。
(英国剧作家 沙德韦尔.T.)

Experience without learning is better than learning without excperi-ence.
(Bertuand Russell, British philosopher and mathematician)

有经验而无学问胜于有学问而无经验。
(英国哲学家、数学家罗素.B.)

Hope is itself a species of happiness, and perhaps the chief happiness which this world affords.

                —— Samuel Johnson

希望本身就是一种幸福,也许还是这个世界提供给我们的最大幸福。

              ——约翰逊 

To be without some of the things you wan is an indispensable part of happiness.

                —— Bertrand Rossell

你追求不到的东西有时也是幸福不可缺少的一部分。
    
 
              ——罗素  


A man dies often as he loses a friend. But we gain new life by new contacts, new friends.

                —— Francis Bacon

一个人每逢失去一个朋友就等于经历一次死亡。但是取得新联系,结识新朋友却又使我们获得了新的生命。
    
                   ——培根

We choose our friends by instinct, but we keep them by judgement.

                —— Alfred Capus

我们选择朋友靠的是本能,而保持友谊靠的是判断。
    
               ——A·卡普斯

I do not like work ---no man does --but I like what is in the work -----the chance to find your self.
                                 ---Conrad Joseph

我不喜欢工作——没有人会喜欢工作。但是我喜欢在所从事的工作中——找到发现自己的机会。
                                      ---约瑟夫.C

I find life an exciting business and most exciting when it is lived for others.
(Helen Keller,Ameican writer)

我发现生活是令人激动的事情,尤其是为别人活着时。
(美国作家 海伦·凯勒)


No one is safe from slander. The best way is to pay no attention to it, but live in innocence and let the world talk.

                ——Moliere

任何人都不能免于诽谤。最好的方法是不理会,过着清白的生活,让人们去说好了。
    
                   ——莫里哀

Coward die many times before their death.

                   —— William Shakespeare

懦夫在死之前,就已经死过很多次了.

                  —— 威廉·莎士比亚

We have no more right to consume happiness without producing it than to consume wealth without producing it.

          ——George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)

不创造幸福的人无权享用幸福,正如不创造财富的人无权享用财富一样。
 
  
         ——萧伯纳

Nothing is more fatal to happiness than the remembrance of happiness.
                ——Andre Gide (1869-1951)

没有什么比回忆幸福更令人痛苦的了。
 
    
               ——安德烈·纪德

No man is happy who does not think himself so.

                  ——Publilius Syrus

认为自己不幸福的人就不会幸福。
 
    
                 ——普布利柳斯·西鲁斯

It is better to waste one's youth than to do nothing with it at all.
           
                          ——George Courteline (1858-1926)

年轻时做一点儿事要比什么事也不做好。
 
    
             ——乔治·库特林

The important thing in life is to have a great aim, and the determination to attain it.

             ——Goethe (1749-1832)

人生中至关重要的事是在远大的目标和达到这个目标的雄心壮志。
 
    
              ——歌德

 

Life is not all cakes and ale.

             ——Thomas Hughes (1822-1896)

人生并不就是吃喝玩乐。
 
  
             ——托马斯·休斯

I succeeded because I willed it; I never hesitated.

               ——Napoleon I (1769-1821)

我成功是因为我有决心,从不踌躇。
 
    
              ——拿破仑一世

 

It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.

            ——Dolores Ibarruri (1895-?)

宁愿站着死,决不跪着生。
 
    
         ——多洛雷斯·伊巴露丽

Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear – not absence of fear.

            ——Mark Twain (1835-1910)

勇敢并非没有恐惧,而是克服恐惧,战胜恐惧。
 
    
           ——马克·吐温

Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.

            ——Martin Luther King Jr (1929-1968)

世界上再也没有比纯粹的无知和认真的愚蠢更危险的了。
 
    
               ——小马丁·路德·金

Appearances often are deceiving.

                   ——Aesop, Fables

外表往往具有欺骗性。
 
    
                  ——《伊索寓言》

Every man is the master of his own fortune.
               —— R.Steels

   
每个人都主宰着自己的命运。
    
               —— R·斯蒂尔斯


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

                     ——Bible

以眼还眼, 以牙还牙。
 
    
                   ——《圣经》

You should, like a candle, burn out yourself to give light to others.
               
                  ——Mao Zedong

               
要像蜡烛一样燃烧自己,照亮别人。
 

                 ——毛泽东

Happiness takes no account of time.               
                 ——Jack London

幸福年华似流水。
 

                 ——杰克·伦敦

Eat to live, but do not live to eat.
               
                 ———Socrates

吃饭是为了活着,但活着不是为了吃饭。
 
   
                  ——苏格拉底

Talking much about oneself may be a way of hiding oneself.
               
           ——Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)

               
过多地谈论自己可能是隐藏自己的方式。
 
    
           ——尼采

Civility is not a sign of weakness, and sincerity is always subject to proof.
               
            ——John F. Kennedy (1917-1963)

               
礼貌不是软弱的表现,真诚有待验证。
 

             ——约翰·肯尼迪

An honest man's the noblest work of God.
               
              ——Alexander Pope (1688-1744)
 
               
诚实的人是上帝创造的最佳作品。
 
    
              ——亚历山大·蒲柏

Books are the ever-burning lamps of accumulated wisdom.

         ——G. W. Curtis (1824-1892)

 
书籍是积累智慧的明灯。
    
         —— G·W·柯蒂斯


Liberty is the right to do whatever the laws permit.

         ——Barohn De Montesquieu (1689-1755)

 
            
自由必须受法律约束
     
        ——孟德斯鸠


Practical wisdom is only to be learned in the school of experience.

          ——Samuel Smiles (1812-1904)           
       
实用知识只有通过亲身体验才能学到。
     
          ——塞缪尔·斯迈尔斯


The shortest way to do many things is to do only one thing at a time.

          ——Cecil (1520-1598)               
       
要想多做成一些事情的捷径是一次只做一件事情。
     
              ——塞西尔

The great end of life is not knowledge but action.

                    ——Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895)                
         
人生的伟大目标不在于知,而在于行。
     
                ——托马斯·亨利·赫胥黎

Saying and doing are two different things.

           ——John Heywood (1497-1550)
               
           言与行实乃两码事也。

                  ——约翰·海伍德

He who would search for pearls must dive below.

           ——John Dryden (1631-1700)
               
         
欲采珍珠须潜深水。

           ——约翰·德莱顿

Action is consolatory. It is the enemy of thought and the friend of flattering illusions.
           ——Joseph Conrad (1857-1924)
               
  行动是可以慰藉的。它是思想的敌人,是幻想的朋友。

                ——约瑟夫·康拉德

 

Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety – nine percent perspiration.
           ——Thomas Alve Edison (1847-1931)
               
  
天才来自百分之一的灵感和百分之九十九的血汗。

          ——托马斯·阿尔瓦·爱迪生。

 

He who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare, and he who has one enemy will meet him everywhere.
               —— Emerson

   有千百个朋友也不嫌多,只有一个敌人却到处可见。
    
                  —— 爱默生


Almost anything is easier to get into than to get out of.

                   ——Agnes Allen

几乎所有事情都是进去容易退出难。
 
    
                  ——艾格尼丝·艾伦

It matters not how a man dies, but how he lives.

                  —— Samuel Johnson

一个人怎样死去并不重要,重要的在于他怎样活着。
   

                 —— 塞缪尔·约翰逊 

Without art the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable.

                —— G. B. Shaw

如果没有艺术,现实的粗陋将使世界无法忍受。
    
  

               ——萧伯纳

 

A great poem is a fountain forever overflowing with the waters of wisdom and delight.

                ——
Shelley

一首伟大的诗犹如一座喷泉,不断地喷出智慧和快乐的泉水。

    
     
                 ——雪莱

 

 

 

If we command our wealth, we shall be rich and free, if our wealth commands us, we are poor indeed.

                ——
Edmund Burke

如果我们能支配我们的财富,我们就会变得富裕而自由;如财富支配了我们,我们就会变得贫穷。

    
          
                       ——E·伯克

 

If you get simple beauty and nought else, you get about the best things God invents.

                
—— Robert Browning

只要你拥有纯真的美,你就拥有了上帝创造的最好的东西。


               ——罗伯特·布朗宁

 

 

"Beauty is truth, truth beauty," ----that is all we know on earth, and all we need to know.

                
—— John Keats

“美就是真,真就是美。”——这就是我们在人间知道和应该知道的一切。

    
   

              ——约翰·济慈

 

Ideals are like stars --- we never reach them, but like
 
mariners, we chart our course by them.

                   
—— C. Schurz

人之需要理想,犹如水手之需要星辰;星辰虽不可及,但可以指引我们的航程。


    
                  —— 舒尔茨

 

This communicating of a man's self to his friend works two contrary effects, for it redoubleth joys, and cutteth grief in half.

                —— Francis Bacon

朋友之间的交往产生两种截然相反的结果:一份快乐两人分享,能成为双份的快乐;一份痛苦二人分担,就会只剩下一半痛苦。
    
   

               ——弗朗西斯·培根
 
The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest men of past centuries.

                —— Rene Descartes

读好书,如同与先哲们交谈。
    
               ——笛卡尔
 
 
New love is brightest, and long love is greatest; but revived love is the tenderest thing known upon earth.

                —— Thomas Hardy

新生的爱情绚丽多彩,长久的爱情崇高伟大;但复苏的爱情则是世界上最温柔的事情。
    
 
               ——托马斯·哈代
 
Let the dead have the immortality of fame, but the living the immortality of love.

                —— Tagore

让逝者拥有不朽的荣誉,让生者拥有不朽的爱情。
    
               ——泰戈尔
 
 
On the great clock of time there is but one word, "now".

                —— William Shakespeare

伟大的时钟上,只有一个词:“现在”。
    
               ——莎士比亚

 
The language of friendship is not words but meanings.

                —— Henry D. Thoreau

友谊的语言不是词句,而是意义。
    
               ——H·D·梭罗
 
All great truths are obvious truths. But no all obvcious truths are great truths.

                —— A. Huxley

伟大的真理都是明摆着的事实,但并不是所有显而易见的事实都是伟大的真理。
    
               ——A·赫胥黎

My honor is my life, both grow in one; take honor from me, and my life is done.

                     
——Shakespeare

我的荣誉就是我的生命,两者共长一体;若取走我的荣誉, 我的生命也就结束了。

    
                    ——莎士比亚

 

What we want is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge, and not knowledge in pursuit of child.

                     
——G.B. Shaw

我们希望看到孩子追求知识,而不是知识追求孩子。

    
                   ——肖伯纳

 

 

In life, as in chess, forethought wins.

              
——Charles Buxton (1823-1871)

人生如下棋,多思则能胜。

    
                 ——查尔斯·巴克斯顿

 

 

We may give advice, but we can't give conduct.

                      
——Franklin

我们可以给忠告,但是我们不能给指挥。

  
                       ——富兰克林

 

 

The safety of the people is the highest law.

                      
——Cicero

人民的利益高于一切。

    
                       ——西塞罗

 

 

Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.

                      
——J. Andrew

做事应考虑,但时机既至,即须动手,切莫犹豫。

    
                      ——安德鲁

 

 

"Beauty is truth, truth beauty," ----that is all we know on earth, and all we need to know.

                —— John Keats

“美就是真,真就是美。”——这就是我们在人间知道和应该知道的一切。
    
   

              ——约翰·济慈

 

As selfishness and complaint cloud the mind, so love with its joy clears and sharpens the vision.

                —— Helen Keller

自私和抱怨使心灵阴暗,愉悦的爱则使视野明朗开阔。
    
               —— 海伦·凯勒

 

Loveliness, needs not the foreign aid of ornament, but is when unadorn'd, adorn'd the most.

                —— James Thompson

可爱,并不需要外来的装饰,天然的可爱远比雕饰的更可爱。
    
               —— J· 汤普森


Love should be a tree whose roots are deep in the earth,but whose branches extend into heaven.

                —— Bertrand Russell

爱情之树应该深深扎在泥土中,而其枝条则要伸展于广阔的天空。
    
               —— B·罗素

If a man does not make new acquaintance as he advances
through life, he will soon find himself alone.

                —— Samuel Johnson

如果一个人在一生中不结交新朋友,他很快就会发现自己很孤独。
    
                 —— 塞缪尔·约翰逊

Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.

                —— Benjamin Franklin

早睡早起能使人健康,富有,明智。
    
               —— 本杰明·富兰克林

He is the richest who is content with the least, for content
is the wealth of nature.

                —— Socrates

知足常乐者最富有,因为知足本身就是财富。
    
               —— 苏格拉底


 

It is wiser being good than bad; It is safer being meek than fierce; It is fitter being sane than mad.

                —— Browning

为善比作恶来得聪明; 温顺比凶恶来得安全;清醒比狂热来得稳妥。
    
               —— 勃郎宁


The three foundations of learning: seeing much, suffering
much, and studying much.

                —— Catherall

求学的三个基本条件是:多观察,多吃苦,多研究。
    
               —— 加塞罗尔

Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed,and some few to be chewed and digested.

                —— F. Bacon

一些书可以浅尝辄止;一些书可以狼吞虎咽;而有些书则需要细嚼慢咽,好好消化。
    
                  
                            —— F.培根

He who loses wealth loses much; he who loses a friend loses more; he who loses courage loses all.

                —— Cervantes

一个人,损失了财富损失大,损失了朋友损失更大;若是损失了勇气就损失了一切。
    
               —— 塞万提斯

Nothing is beneath you if it is in the direction of your life.

                —— R. W. Emerson

只要符合你的人生方向,什么样的工作都不低下。
    
               —— R.W.爱默生

Truth does not lie beyond humanity, but is one of the products of the human minded feelings.

                —— D.H.Lowrence

真理不能超越人性,但它是创造人类感情的产物之一。
    
               —— D.H.劳伦斯


It is hard for the human soul not to love something,and our mind must of necessity be drawn to some kind of affection.

                —— Jerome

要使人的灵魂不去爱是很难的,而我们的思想也有必要被某种爱所吸引。
    
               —— 杰罗姆


If you'd be loved, be worthy to be loved.

                   —— Ovid

要得到别人的爱,就必须有值得爱的地方。
   
                 —— 奥维德


It's difficult to know at what moment love begins; it is less difficult to know that it has begun.

                —— H.W. Longfellow

知道爱情开始是困难的,但知道爱情已经开始则不那么困难。
    
               —— H.W.朗费罗

Shallow men believe in luck. Self-trust is the first secret of success.

                —— Ralph Waldo Emerson

肤浅的人相信运气,而成功的首要秘诀是自信。
    
               —— 爱默生

Hatred paralyzes life; love releases it. Hatred confuses life;love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it.

                —— Martin Luther King

恨使生活瘫痪无力,爱使它重获新生。恨使生活混乱不堪,爱使它变得和谐。恨使生活漆黑一片,爱使它光彩夺目。
    
               —— 马丁·路德·金

From success you get a lot of things, but not that great
inside thing that love brings you.

                —— Sam Goldwyn

从成功中,你可以得到很多东西,但无法得到爱情带给你的那种美妙的内在的东西。
    
               —— 山姆·高德温

All love is sweet, given or returned. Common as light is loved, and its familiar voice wearies not ever.

                —— Shelley

所有的爱都是甜蜜的,无论是给予还是回报。爱就象阳光一样无所不在,它那熟悉的嗓音永远不会消沉。
    
               —— 雪莱


To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

                —— Alfred Tenneyson

要奋斗,要探索,要有所发现,但不要屈服。
    
               —— 阿尔弗雷德·丁尼生


Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve.

                —— Benjamin Franklin

应该做的决心去做,决心做的就务必去做。
    
              —— 本杰明·富兰克林

Hope is the thing with feather that perches in the soul.

               —— Emily Dickinson

希望是栖息于灵魂中的一种会飞翔的东西。
    
             —— 艾米莉·迪金森

Dare and the world always yields. If it beats you sometimes, dare it again and again and it will succumb.

                —— W.M.Thackeray

你勇敢,世界就会让步。如果有时它战胜你,你要不断地勇敢再勇敢,它就会屈服。
    
               —— W.M. 萨克雷


A man can succeed at almost anything for which he has unlimited enthusiasm.
                 —— Charles M. Schwab

一个人,只要他有无限的热情,就几乎可以在任何事情上取得成功。

    
                 —— 查尔斯 M.施瓦布

All books are divisible into two classes: the books of the hour, and the books of all time.
                    —— John Ruskin

一切书籍都可以分为两类,即:一时之书与永久之书。

                    —— 约翰·罗斯金

To love and to be loved is the greatest happiness of existence.
                   —— Sydney Smith

爱人和被人爱是人生最大的幸福。

    
                   —— 史密斯

 

Chance favours the minds that are prepared.

                     —— Pasteur

机会只愿意惠顾时刻做好准备的人。

    
                    —— 巴斯德


The horizon of life is broadened chiefly by the enlargement of the heart.
                     —— H. Blake

生活的视野主要是随着心胸的开阔而变得宽广的。

    
                    —— H. 布莱克


Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control, these three alone lead life to sovereign power.

                    ——Tennyson

自尊,自知,自制,此三者可引致生命进入崇高的境界。

    
                    ——丁尼生

Dictionaries are like watches; the worst is better than none, and the best cannot be expected to go quite true.

                  —— Samuel Johnson

字典和时钟一样,最坏的一种也有胜于无,而最好的一种也不能认为是十分准确的。
  
                 —— 塞缪尔·约翰逊

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Ideals are like stars --- we never reach them, but like
 mariners, we chart our course by them.

                   —— C. Schurz

人之需要理想,犹如水手之需要星辰;星辰虽不可及,但可以指引我们的航程。

    
                  —— 舒尔茨
 
 
 
My honor is my life, both grow in one; take honor from me, and my life is done.

                     ——Shakespeare

我的荣誉就是我的生命,两者共长一体;若取走我的荣誉,我的生命也就结束了。

    
                    ——莎士比亚
 
 
 
 
What we want is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge, and not knowledge in pursuit of child.

                     ——G.B. Shaw

我们希望看到孩子追求知识,而不是知识追求孩子。

    
                   ——肖伯纳
 
 
 
In life, as in chess, forethought wins.

              ——Charles Buxton (1823-1871)

人生如下棋,多思则能胜。

    
                ——查尔斯·巴克斯顿
 
 
We may give advice, but we can't give conduct.

                      ——Franklin

我们可以给忠告,但是我们不能给指挥。

  
                       ——富兰克林


 

The safety of the people is the highest law.

                      ——Cicero

人民的利益高于一切。

    
                       ——西塞罗


Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.

                      ——J. Andrew

做事应考虑,但时机既至,即须动手,切莫犹豫。

    
                      ——安德鲁

 

When all is consumed, repentance comes too late.

                      ——Bible

待到一切消耗尽,悔悟来时已太迟。

    
                    ——《圣经》

 

Youth is a blunder; manhood a struggle, old age a regret.

            ——Bemjamin Disraeli (1804-1881)

青年时冒失莽撞,成年时发奋图强,老年时悔恨懊恼。

    
             ——本杰明·迪斯累里

也可以译为古人语:少状不努力, 老大途伤悲。

 

There is but one step from the sublime to the ridiculous.

                    ——Paine

真理到谬误,相去只一步。

   
                    ——佩恩


A stitch in time saves nine.

                ——Charles Read

一针不缝九针难补,及时处理事半功倍。

    
                ——里德

 

Appearances are not held to be a clue to the truth…. But we seem to have no other.

           ——Ivy Compton-Burnett(1884-1969)

表象不是追踪真理的线索,然而我们似乎别无选择。

    
           ——康普顿——伯内特夫人

 

 

No cross, no crown.

                    ——Penn

吃得苦中苦,方为人上人。

    
                    ——佩恩

 

 

A little of everything, and nothing at all.

                      ——Saying

每事浅尝辄止,结果将一事无成。
 
    
                     ——谚语

 

 

Home is the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in.

                ——Robert Frost (1874-1963)

家就是永远向游子敞开大门的地方。
 
   
               ——罗伯特·弗罗斯特

 

Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.

                      ——Heywood

心头有志愿,无事不可能。
 
   
                      ——海伍德

 

He that can have patience, can have what he wills.

                      ——Franklin

惟坚韧者才能遂其志。
 
  
                      ——富兰克林

 

A good mother is worth a hundred schoolmasters.

              ——George Herbert (1593-1633)

一个好母亲相当于上百个好教师。
 
    
                ——乔治·赫伯特

 

Virtue is to herself the best reward.

                   ——Latin Proverb

善行本身即是对它自己的最好报酬。
 
    
                  ——拉丁谚语


Be it ever so humble, there is no place like home.

            ——John Howard Payne (1791-1852)

金窝,银窝,不如自家的草窝。
 
    
          ——约翰·霍华德·佩恩

 

All happy families are like one another; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.

               ——Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910)

所有幸福的家庭都十分相似;每个不幸的家庭却各有各的不幸。
 
    
                ——列夫·托尔斯泰


A right is not what someone gives you; it's what no one can take from you.

                  ——Ramsey Clark

权利不是什么人施舍给你的东西;权利是任何人都不能从你手里夺走的东西。
 
    
                   ——拉姆齐·克拉克


 

You could cover the whole world with asphalt, but sooner or later green grass would break through.

           ——Ilya Ehrenburg (1891-1967)

哪怕沥青覆盖了整个地球,绿草迟早会冲破障碍茁壮成长。
 
    
            ——伊里亚·爱伦堡

 

Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it.
      
              ——George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)

自由意味着责任。这就是多数人害怕自由的缘故。
 
    
             ——萧伯纳

 

As a rough rind sometimes covers the sweetest fruit, so a rough exterior often conceals a kindly and hearty nature.

              ——Samuel Smiles (1812-1904)

如同粗糙的果皮可以包裹最甜蜜的水果一样,丑陋的外表往往掩盖着善良和诚挚的本性。
 
    
             ——塞缪尔·斯迈尔斯

 

The countenance is the portrait of the mind, the eyes are its informers.

               ——Cicero (106 BC- 43BC)

表情是思想的写照,眼睛是心灵的窗户。
 
    
                ——西塞罗

 

God gives every bird its food, but does not throw it into the nest.

                   ——J.G.Holland
天赐食物于鸟,但不投之于巢。
 
  
                   ——霍兰

 

Riches are gotten with pain, kept with care, and lost with grief.

                   ——Latin Proverb

财富从辛苦中得来,在忧虑中保持,在悲伤中失去。
 
    
                   ——拉丁谚语


Almost anything is easier to get into than to get out of.

                   ——Agnes Allen

几乎所有事情都是进去容易退出难。
 
    
                  ——艾格尼丝·艾伦

Learning is an ornament in prosperity, a refuge in adversity, and a provision in old age.

                —— Aristotle

学问在成功时是装饰品,在失意时是庇护所,在年老时是供应品。
    
              —— 亚里士多德

 

 

If well used, books are the best of all things; if abused, among the worst.

                —— Ralph Waldo Emerson

如果利用得当,书籍就是最好的朋友;反之,如果滥用,它就会变成最坏的东西了。
    
                   —— 拉尔夫·W·爱默生

 

 

Money can cure hunger, it cannot cure unhappiness.Food can satisfy the appetite, but not the soul.

                —— G. B. Shaw

金钱可以充饥,但不能治愈不幸。食物可以饱腹,但却不能满足灵魂的需求。
    
              —— G.B.萧伯纳

 

 

 

Be slow in choosing a friend; slower in changing.

                —— Benjamin Franklin

选择朋友要慎重,改换朋友更要慎重。
    
               —— 本杰明·富兰克林

 

 

 

Living without an aim is like sailing without a compass.

                —— John Ruskin

生活没有目的,就好象航行没有指南针一样。
    
              —— 约翰·罗斯金

 

 

 

Of all the possessions of this life fame is the noblest; when the body has sunk into the dust, the great name still lives.

                —— Schiller

在人的所有财产中,名誉是最宝贵的;当躯体被埋葬了,名誉还依然存在。
    
               —— 席勒

 

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