Complete the proverbs
2. (c) otherwise. Some people are wise, and others are not.
3. (b) beginning. If you start a thing badly, you will never achieve a good result.
4. (a) Rome. The same result can be achieved by different methods.
5. (c) stone. Before condemning a wrongdoer, ask yourself if your own conduct has been irreproachable.
6. (a) worm. However meek a person is, he will retaliate if driven too far.
7. (b) heavy. If you have no money troubles, you will feel cheerful and secure.
8. (c) run. Don’t try to do too much when you are learning something new. Do it step by step.
9. (a) Walls. Pay attention to what you say and where you say it.
10. (c) dunghill. Moral people are not corrupted by their surroundings.
11. (b) straight. You can’t change a person’s character.
12. (c) fish. Don’t belittle your own efforts.
13. (b) Busiest. Hard-working people get their work done efficiently and therefore have more time to do something more.
14. (a) beaten. Instead of taking risks, you should gain from the experience of others.
15. (c) an omelette. If you want to achieve something important, you often have to make sacrifices.