英文格言
  
  1、A contented mind is the greatest blessing a man can enjoy in this world.
  
  满足是人生活着最大的幸事。
  
  ——Joseph Addison(美国作家艾迪生)
  
  2、If you would know the value of money, go and try to borrow some.
  
  要想晓得钱的代价,就想方法去乞贷尝尝。
  
  ——Benjamin Franklin(美国总统富兰克林)
  
  3、If you wish to succeed, you should use persistence as your good friend,
  
  experience as your reference, prudence as your brother and hope as your sentry.
  
  假如你盼望乐成,当以恒心为良朋,以经历为顾问,以慎重为兄弟,以盼望为尖兵。
  
  ——Thomas Edison(美国创造家爱迪生
  
  4、Health is certainly more valuable than money,
  
  because it is by health that money is procured.
  
  安康固然比款项更为紧张,由于我们所赖以取得款项的便是安康。
  
  ——Samuel Johnson(英国作家约翰逊)
  
  5、That man is the richest whose pleasure are the cheapest.
  
  能到处寻求高兴的人才是最富有的人。
  
  ——Henry David Thoreau(美国作家梭罗)
  
  6、Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.
  
  偶然候一团体为不费钱失掉的工具支付的价钱最高。
  
  ——Albert Einstein(美国迷信家爱因斯坦
  
  7、Will, work and wait are the pyramidal cornerstones for success.
  
  意志、任务和等候是乐成的金字塔的基石。
  
  ——Louis Pasteur(法国化学家巴斯勒)
  
  8、All the splendor in the world is not worth a good friend.
  
  人间间一切的繁华贫贱不如一个好冤家。
  
  ——Voltaire(法国头脑家伏尔泰)
  
  9、There is a great different between exposure of
  
  the mind and that of the body.
  
  流露头脑和展露身材之间存在极大的差别。
  
  ——William Hazlitt(英国批判家散文家哈滋里特)
  
  10、To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive,
  
  and the true success is to labor.
  
  怀着盼望去游览比抵达目标地更痛快;而真正的乐成在于任务。
  
  ——Robert Louis Stevenson(英国作家史蒂文森)
  
  11、The greater a man is, the more distasteful is praise and flattery to him.
  
  一团体越巨大,对表彰和阿谀就越恶感。
  
  ——John Burroughs(美国博物学家巴勒斯)
  
  12、I might say that success is won by three things:
  
  first, effort; second, more effort; third, still more effort.
  
  可以说乐成要靠三件事才干博得:高兴,高兴,再高兴。
  
  ——Thomas Hardy(英国墨客小说家哈代)
  
  13、Success often depends upon knowing how long it will take to succeed.
  
  乐成经常取决于晓得需求多久才干乐成。
  
  ——Charles Montesquieu(法国头脑家孟德斯鸠)
  
  14、Only those who have the patience to do simple things
  
  perfectly ever acquire the skill to do difficult things easily.
  
  只要有耐烦圆满完成复杂任务的人,才干够十拿九稳的完成困难的事。
  
  ——Friedrich Schiller(德国剧作家墨客席勒)
  
  15、You have to believe in yourself. That's the secret of success.
  
  你必需置信本人,这是乐成的要害。
  
  ——Charles Chaplin(美国演员卓别林)
  
  16、A man can succeed at almost anything for which
  
  he has unlimited enthusiasm.
  
  无论何事,只需对它有有限的热情你就能获得乐成。
  
  ——C. M. Schwab(美国实业家施瓦布)
  
  17、The man who has made up his mind to win will never say “impossible”.
  
  但凡决计获得成功的人是历来不说“不行能的”。
  
  ——Bonapart Napoleon(法国天子拿破仑
  
  18、Progress is the activity of today and the assurance of tomorrow.
  
  提高是明天的运动,今天的包管。
  
  ——Emerson(美国头脑家爱默生)
  
  20、Our destiny offers not the cup of despair,
  
  but the chalice of opportunity.
  
  运气赐与我们的不是绝望之酒,而是时机之杯。
  
  ——Richard Nixon(美国总统尼克松)
  
  21、Miracles sometimes occur, but one has to work terribly for them.
  
  奇观偶然候是会发作的,但是你得为之冒死的高兴。
  
  ——C. Weizmann(爱尔兰总统魏茨曼)
  
  22、It never will rain roses.
  
  When we want to have more roses we must plant trees.
  
  天上不会失下玫瑰来,假如想要更多的玫瑰,必需本人莳植。
  
  ——G. Eliot(英国小说家艾略特)
  
  23、If you have great talents, industry will improve them;
  
  if you have but moderate abilities, industry will supply their deficiency.
  
  假如你很有天赋,勤奋会使其愈加美满;假如你才能普通,勤奋会补足其缺陷。
  
  ——Joshuas Reynolds(美国散文家雷诺兹)
  
  24、Great works are performed not by strength , but by perseverance.
  
  完成巨大的奇迹不在于膂力,而在于坚定不移的毅力。
  
  ——Samuel Johnson(英国作家和批评家约翰逊)
  
  25、Genius only means hard-working all one's life.
  
  天赋只意味着终身不懈的高兴。
  
  ——Mendeleyev(俄国化学家门捷列耶夫)
  
  26、Few things are impossible in themselves; and it is often for want of will ,
  
  rather than of means, that man fails to succeed.
  
  事变很少又基本做不可的;其以是做不可,与其说是条件不敷,不如说是由于决计不敷。
  
  ——(La Racheforcauld(法国作家罗切福考尔德)
  
  27、Dare and the world always yields.
  
  If it beats you sometimes, dare it again and again and it will succumb.
  
  大胆应战,天下总会退让。假如偶然候你被它打败了,不时地应战,它总会屈从地。
  
  ——W.M Thackeray(英国小说家萨克雷)
  
  28、All that you do, do with your might; t
  
  hings done by halves are never done right.
  
  做统统事变都应努力而为,前功尽弃永久不可。
  
  ——R.H. Stoddard(美国墨客斯托达德)
  
  29、A man can fail many times,
  
  but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else.
  
  一团体可以失败屡次,但是只需他没有开端求全谴责旁人,他还不是一个失败者。
  
  ——J.Burroughs(美国博物学家巴勒斯)
  
  30、You can tell the ideals of a nation by its advertisements.
  
  从一个国度的告白可以看出这个国度的抱负。
  
  ——Norman Douglas(英国作家境格拉斯)
  
  31、The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.
  
  完成今天抱负的独一妨碍是明天的疑虑。
  
  ——Franklin Roosevelt(美国总统罗斯福)
  
  32、The man with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds.
  
  具有新想法的人在其想法完成之前是个怪人。
  
  ——Mark Twain(美国作家马克?吐温)
  
  33、The important thing in life is to have a great aim,
  
  and the determination to attain it.
  
  人生紧张的事变是确定一个巨大的目的,并决计完成它。
  
  ——Johann Wolfgang von Goethe(德国墨客、剧作家歌德)
  
  34、Most of the trouble in the world is caused by people wanting to be important.
  
  人间间的大少数懊恼都是由那些想成为紧张人物的人惹出来的。
  
  ——George Eliot(英国小说家艾略特)
  
  35、If you doubt yourself,
  
  then indeed you stand on shaky ground.
  
  假如你疑心本人,那么你的驻足点的确不稳定了。
  
  ——Ibsen(挪威剧作家易卜生)
  
  36、Ideal is the beacon. Without ideal,
  
  there is no secure direction; without direction ,there is no life.
  
  抱负是指路明灯。没有抱负,就没有坚决的偏向;
  
  没无方向,就没有生存。 ——Leo Tolstory(俄国作家托尔斯泰)
  
  37、Ideal are like the stars --- we never reach them ,
  
  but like mariners , we chart our course by them.
  
  抱负犹如天上的星星,我们犹如水手,虽不克不及到达天上,
  
  但是我们的航程可凭仗它指引。
  
  ——Carl Schurz(美国政治家舒尔茨)
  
  38、Have an aim in life, or your energies will all be wasted.
  
  人生应该树立目的,不然你的肉体会白白糜费。
  
  ——R. Peters(美王法学家彼得斯)
  
  39、Don't part with yourxxxs, When they are gone you may still exist,
  
  but you have ceased to live.
  
  不要保持你的梦想。当梦想没有了当前,你还可以生活,但是你虽生犹去世。
  
  ——Mark Twain(马克 吐温)
  
  40、Do not, for one repulse,
  
  give up the purpose that you resolved to effect.
  
  不要只因一次失败,就保持你原来决计想要到达的目标。
  
  ——Willian Shakespeare(莎士比亚
  
  41、Between the ideal and the reality,
  
  Between the motion and the act, Fall the shadow.
  
  抱负与理想之间,动机与举动之间,总有一道暗影。
  
  ——Thomas Stearns Eliot(T.S.爱略特)
  
  42、A man is not old as long as he is seeking something.
  
  A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams.
  
  只需有一团体另有所寻求,他就没有老。直到懊悔代替了空想,一团体才算老。
  
  ——J. Barrymore(巴里穆尔)