“Two heads are better than one.” – English Proverb

Two heads are better than oneExample sentences from the web:

  • Mary: Can you figure out what this insurance document means?
    John: Why ask me? I don’t know anything about insurance.
    Mary: Neither do I, but two heads are better than one.
  • I couldn’t figure out the answer of the puzzle so I asked Sarah to help me out. After a short time, we figured out the answer. It really shows that two heads are better than one.

Words from the example sentences you may not know:

  • INSURANCE = coverage under a contract in which one party agrees to compensate another for a loss.
  • TO FIGURE OUT = to solve; to understand.

“The pen is mightier than the sword”. – English proverb

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The pen is usually linked with writing while the sword is a weapon. Only who is strong can wield a sword. But words can flow from the pen of even a feeble man.
A person can cause people to change their opinions and not by force. Those who control information have far more power than those with military force.

“A friend in need is a friend indeed”. – English proverb

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Example sentences from the web:

  • When I was sick you certainly proved the old saying, “A friend in need is a friend indeed“.
  • When Bill helped me with geometry, I really learned the meaning of “A friend in need is a friend indeed”.