All things are difficult before they are easy. 萬事起頭難。

All things are difficult before they are easy. 

萬事起頭難。

發  音 Pronounce

wàn shì qǐ tóu nán

解  釋 Explanation

(諺語)做任何事情,開頭比較困難。《大馬扁.第七回》:「俗語說『萬事起頭難』,今孫文等日前謀起於廣州,想已預備多時,黨羽自不少了,我們儘可交通他,說道與他同謀,他們在外打點,我們在內照應,行事較易。」

英文解釋 The implication is that we should be patient with learning, and with learners. It takes time to learn to do things. What seems easy to us now may have been difficult at first.
英文造句 Kid: Mom, I don’t want to learn math which is difficult.

Mom: All things are difficult before they are easy. Let’s try to learn it.

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