Anna (ganja_chan) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Proverbs - French

Hi :) I wonder if someone could help me with those two French proverbs, I need an explication and maybe an equivalent in English (or preferably Polish).

1. Pierre qui roule n'amasse pas mousse. (You can't become rich if you change everything all the time)
2. Ventre affame n'a pas d'oreille. (It's impossible to talk with a hungry man)

And that's all. Thanks :)
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