Don’t let the ……. grow under your feet

Can you complete this famous English saying? It means don’t waste time. Do something now.

Don’t let the …………. grow under your feet.

a) flowers

b) soil

c) insects

d) grass

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Answer: d) grass

Don’t let the grass grow under your feet!

When one door closes…

Can you complete this famous English proverb? It means that when you lose an opportunity to do something, another, different opportunity appears.

When one door closes…

a) another one opens

b) the door opens again

c) another one also closes

d) keep it closed

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Answer: a) another one opens

When one door closes, another one opens!

When the cat is away…

Can you complete this famous English proverb? It means that when the person who is in charge of people or a place is not there, the people will do what they like, or behave badly.

For example, when the teacher is not in the classroom, the children will talk and play with each other instead of studying in silence.

When the cat is away…

a) the dog will be happy

b) the other cats will run around

c) the mice will play

d) everyone is bad

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Answer: c) the mice will play

When the cat is away, the mice will play!

Don’t put off until tomorrow…

Can you complete this famous English saying? It means “don’t procrastinate”. (Procrastinate means delay or postpone an action.)

Don’t put off until tomorrow…

a) what you can do next week

b) what you could have done last week

c) what you should do

d) what you can do today

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Answer: d) what you can do today

Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.