Dean asked in 社會與文化語言 · 2 decades ago






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  • 2 decades ago
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    In English, we say "practise(or practice) what you preach", which means you do what you tell others to do, or you do not do what you tell others not to do.

    "Instead of giving him fish, you show him how to fish"

    Though I don't see how the two sayings above are related.

    2005-12-19 12:17:30 補充:

    How do you mean, jj?

    2005-12-19 12:19:10 補充:

    (Instead of giving him fish, you teach him how to fish) is a saying that everybody knows.

    Source(s): my pretty little cerebrum
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  • 2 decades ago

    It is better to teach him fishing than just give him fish.

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  • Anonymous
    2 decades ago

    to set a good example with one's own conduct

    to teach by personal example

    to lead by personal example

    給他魚吃,不如給他釣桿= it is better to give someone a fishing rod and teach her or him how to fish then give her or him fishes

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