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    Better learn your friends than your teachers.

    Hi!
    Better learn your friends than your teachers.
    Is it an English proverb, please?

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    Re: Better learn your friends than your teachers.

    Quote Originally Posted by hoangkha View Post
    Better learn your friends than your teachers.
    Is it an English proverb, please?
    If it were, it would be: (It is) better to learn from your friends than (from) your teachers.

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    Re: Better learn your friends than your teachers.

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    If it were, it would be: (It is) better to learn from your friends than (from) your teachers.
    Thank 5jj. That is what I want to ask.

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