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I cannot be your friend and your flatterer too.
It is never too old to learn.
It is easy to be wise after the event.
Judge not from appearances.
It is easy to open a shop but hard to keep it always open.
Industry is the parent of success.
If your ears glow, someone is talking of you.
It is easier to get money than to keep it.
If you venture nothing, you will have nothing.
It never rains but it pours.
burn the boat
In the late years of the Qin Dynasty (秦朝,221 - 206BC), Xiang Yu (项羽) launched a rebellion.
After crossing the Zhang River (漳河), Xiang Yu ordered his soldiers to sink all the boats and break their cooking pots.
He distributed each soldier three days' rations and warned them that there was no way return; the only thing they could do to survive was to fight against the enemy.
After nine furious war, the Qin army was finally defeated.
This idiom is used to reveal one's strong determination to achieve one's goal at any cost.
A guard was about to signal his train to start when he saw an attractive girl standing on the platform by an open door, talking to another pretty girl inside the carriage.
"Come on, miss!" he shouted. "Shut the door, please!"
"Oh, I just want to kiss my sister goodbye," she called back.
"You just shut that door, please," called the guard, "and I'll see to the rest."