Proverbs are the wisdom of the nations ! It's good to know them when you travel to english speeking countries. English proverbs can be very wise and useful.
Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.
Those who play at bowls must look out for rubbers.
Thought is free.
Threatened men live long.
Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.
Three removals are as bad as a fire.
Three things are not to be trusted; a cow’s horn, a dog’s tooth, and a horse’s hoof.
Thrift is a great revenue.
Throw dirt enough, and some will stick.
Time and tide wait for no man.
Time is a great healer.
Time is money.
Time will tell.
Time works wonders.
Times change and we with time.
To err is human (to forgive divine).
To know all is to forgive all.
To the pure all things are pure.
Today you; tomorrow me.
Tomorrow is another day.
Tomorrow never comes.
Too many cooks spoil the broth.
Trade follows the flag.
Travel broadens the mind.
Truth is stranger than fiction.
Truth lies at the bottom of a well.
Truth will out.
Turkey, heresy, hops, and beer came into England all in one year.
Turn about is fair play.
Two blacks don’t make a white.
Two boys are half a boy, and three boys are no boy at all.
Two heads are better than one.
Two is company, but three is none.
Two of a trade never agree.
Two wrongs don’t make a right.
Union is strength.
United we stand, divided we fall.
Variety is the spice of life.
Virtue is its own reward.
Walls have ears.
Walnuts and pears you plant for your heirs.
Wanton kittens make sober cats.
Waste not, want not.
We must eat a peck of dirt before we die.
We must learn to walk before we can run.
Wedlock is a padlock.
Well begun is half done.
What a neighbour gets is not lost.
What can you expect from a pig but a grunt.