French Proverbs

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What is learned in the cradle lasts to the grave.

It’s a big wind that blows on small doors.

Honey in the mouth, bile in the heart.

The heart sees farther than the head.

Men leap over where the hedge is lower.

Who can’t pretend cannot govern.

It is easier to abstain than to restrain.

A sin that is hidden is half forgiven.

Where wine appears the doctor disappears.

He who does not advance goes backwards.

Repentance costs dear.

The apple does not fall far from the tree.

What goes around comes around.

Nothing is such a heavy burden as a secret is.

He who wants to conquer lechery must flee from it.

What are the French known for?

France is known for The Eiffel Tower

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