1 he cannot speak well that cannot hold his tongue1) Пословица: кто не умеет молчать, тот хорошо говорить не сможет, сказанное слово серебряное, а не сказанное - золотое, сказанное слово серебряное, а несказанное - золотое, язык мой - враг мой (used to mean: one's speaking too freely (or/and too much) does harm to the speaker)
2 He cannot speak well that cannot hold his tongue.<03> Кто не умеет молчать, тот хорошо говорить не сможет.
3 he cannot speak well that cannot hold his tongueпосл.Кто не умеет молчать, тот хорошо говорить не сможет.
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