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As They Say In Zanzibar

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11 It cannot be later than midnight MYANMAR

12 An apple at night puts the dentist to flight ENGLAND

13 The later in the evening, the nicer the people NETHERLANDS

14 Even the moon does not shine before it rises FINLAND

35 HOURS – MINUTES – SECONDS

1 Many people are like clocks, they show one hour and strike another DENMARK

2 The one who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; the one who does not ask a question is a fool forever CHINA

3 Heroism consists in hanging on one minute longer NORWAY

4 There’s one born every minute USA

5 Where the minute-hand suffices the hour-hand is not needed NETHERLANDS

6 Seconds are the gold dust of time USA

7 God works in moments FRANCE

8 God listens to short prayers ITALY

36 LONG TIME

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

2 As long as life lasts, the cow never stops moving its tail NIGERIA

3 Gossip lasts but seventy-five days JAPAN

4 It takes a long time to sharpen a hammer made of wood NETHERLANDS

5 If the bucket has been long in the well, it ought to come out with water NIGERIA

6 No matter how long a log floats on the river it will never be a crocodile MALI

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

8 The longest chant has an end SCOTLAND

9 If you follow a crow long enough you light on carrion ALBANIA

10 An apothecary ought not to be long a cuckold FRANCE

11 The one who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; the one who does not ask a question is a fool forever CHINA

12 No day so long but has its evening FRANCE

13 Longest at the fire soonest finds cold SCOTLAND

14 Heroism consists in hanging on one minute longer NORWAY

15 One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade CHINA

16 The rod that will hang him is still growing IRELAND

17 Who goes around the village long enough will get either a dog-bite or a dinner SERBIA

18 It is the prudent hyena that lives long ZAMBIA

19 Those who wait long at the ferry will get across some time SCOTLAND

20 Those who wait for roast duck to fly into their mouth must wait a very, very long time CHINA

21 Creaking wagons are long in passing NETHERLANDS

22 Want a thing long enough, and you don’t CHINA

37 NEVER

1 Sunday plans never stand CANADA

2 Driftwood never goes upstream USA

3 An elephant never forgets ENGLAND

4 Friday begun, never done USA

5 Better late than never ENGLAND

6 Tomorrow never comes ENGLAND

38 CLOCKS – WATCHES

1 Many people are like clocks, they show one hour and strike another DENMARK

2 One should not ask the time of a rusty clock NETHERLANDS

3 If it were not for the hands the clock would be useless POLAND

4 The clock must be the master in the house SWEDEN

5 The clock ticks nowhere as it ticks at home NETHERLANDS

6 Someone with a watch knows what time it is; someone with two watches is never sure FRANCE

39 BEGINNINGS – ENDINGS

1 Communities begin by building their kitchen FRANCE

2 Those who sing worst, let them begin first ENGLAND

3 Those that begin the play must continue it TURKEY

4 When you eat a round cake, do you begin at the centre? NIGERIA

5 When an old barn begins to burn, it is hard to put out NETHERLANDS

6 Friday begun, never done USA

7 Sooner begun, sooner done ENGLAND

8 Charity begins at home ENGLAND

9 The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their right names CHINA
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