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As They Say In Zanzibar

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6 No more leaves can fall in autumn than were grown in spring GERMANY

7 Every mile is two in winter ENGLAND

8 A kind word warms for three winters CHINA

9 In December and January have mercy on the poor LEBANON

10 No annual fair without a thief NETHERLANDS

11 An hour of play discovers more than a year of conversation PORTUGAL

12 If you want one year of prosperity, grow grain. If you want ten years of prosperity, grow trees. If you want a hundred years of prosperity, grow people CHINA

13 A smile will gain you ten more years of life CHINA

14 The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago; the second-best time is now CHINA

15 Before marrying live wildly for three years POLAND

16 A dog last year is a dog this year SERBIA

17 A day of sorrow is longer than a month of joy CHINA

18 For the diligent, a week has seven days; for the slothful, seven tomorrows GERMANY

19 Seven days is the length of a guest’s life MYANMAR

20 Those who lose Monday lose all the week GEORGIA

21 Every Sunday brings a week with it SCOTLAND

33 DAYS – NIGHTS

1 Every day cannot be a feast of lanterns CHINA

2 An apple a day keeps the doctor away ENGLAND

3 A hug a day keeps the demons at bay GERMANY

4 Errands are small on a spring day ICELAND

5 A good day is that in which to lay by cold porridge MALAWI

6 Another day, another dollar USA

7 The better the day, the better the deed ENGLAND

8 Those who lose Monday lose all the week GEORGIA

9 Those who spend a night with a chicken will cackle in the morning TUNISIA

10 Sunday plans never stand CANADA

11 Every Sunday brings a week with it SCOTLAND

12 The absent get farther off every day JAPAN

13 After three days without reading, talk becomes flavourless CHINA

14 Seven days is the length of a guest’s life MYANMAR

15 A guest and a fish after three days are poison FRANCE

16 A day of sorrow is longer than a month of joy CHINA

17 Every dog has its day ENGLAND

18 Every day is not Friday; there is also Thursday USA

19 Friday begun, never done USA

20 Who teaches me for a day is my father for a lifetime CHINA

21 For the diligent, a week has seven days; for the slothful, seven tomorrows GERMANY

22 Go fishing for three days and dry the nets for two CHINA

23 Two happy days are seldom brothers BULGARIA

24 One missing button strikes the eye more than one missing day ESTONIA

25 There are more days than sausage USA

26 The most wasted of all days is the day when we have not laughed FRANCE

27 The night washes what the day has soaped SWITZERLAND

28 Gossip lasts but seventy-five days JAPAN

29 Rome was not built in a day ENGLAND

30 Birds hear talk in daytime, rats hear talk at night KOREA

31 Old countries don’t disappear overnight; they stay for breakfast EGYPT

32 Have patience, fleas, the night is long NICARAGUA

34 MORNINGS – AFTERNOONS – EVENINGS

1 Dawn does not come twice to wake us SOUTH AFRICA

2 The darkest hour is just before the dawn ENGLAND

3 We can never see the sun rise by looking into the west JAPAN

4 A misty morning may have a fine day ENGLAND

5 The morning is the mother of trades and the evening the mother of thoughts ITALY

6 Those who spend a night with a chicken will cackle in the morning TUNISIA

7 The afternoon knows what the morning never suspected SWEDEN

8 No day so long but has its evening FRANCE

9 The evening crowns the day SWEDEN

10 A clear conscience never fears midnight knocking CHINA
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