Spanish And English Quotes by Cathy Hopkins, William Edward Hickson, Pat Mora, Tim Ward, Sebastian Arcelus, Steven Wright and many others.
Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we may diet.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again.
I will never know what it’s like to have only one language in my head. I have the pleasure of being able to move back and forth between Spanish and English, and I incorporate both languages in my books.
Do not speak unless you can improve on silence, said a Buddhist sage.
I grew up speaking Spanish and English. My mother can speak Spanish, English, French and Italian, and she’s pretty good at faking Portuguese. I wish that I spoke more languages than I do.
A fool and his money are soon partying.
A fool and his money are soon married.
One of my favorite poets, Neruda, writes close to the bone. Though I know only a little Spanish, I like to compare the Spanish and English lines and see how the translator worked.
A fool and his money are soon invited everywhere.
actions speak louder than words
A fool and his money are soon elected.
Spanish and English have such different music, and in my own poetry I feel much less drawn to fluid sounds than I do toward the hard sounds and rhythms that come out of the Anglo-Saxon roots of English.
Love is that splendid triggering of human vitality the supreme activity which nature affords anyone for going out of himself toward someone else.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
There is no book so bad…that it does not have something good in it.
The early bird catches the worm.
Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we die.
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