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English Quotes


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Teachers often use quotes, proverbs and sayings in the ESL/EFL classroom to teach culture, grammar and vocabulary. Here are some of the quotes you can use to learn or teach English. Enjoy and have a lot FUN :)


These are quotes arranged according to different categories. You can also browse quotes according to their date of submission or by most popular authors


Quotes arranged in different categories

anger (18)
art (30)
beauty (42)
betrayal (9)
change (28)
children (10)
creativity (15)
death (38)
developmental (30)
discipline (18)
dreams (39)
education (43)
family (18)
fashion (19)
fathers (15)
fear (17)
food (23)
forgiveness (13)
freedom (20)
friendship (28)
generosity (23)
goals (11)
gratefulness (12)
happiness (45)
health (15)
holiday (5)
hope (17)
humor (24)
imagination (26)
inspirational (27)
intelligence (19)
language (32)
leadership (12)
life (95)
loss (11)
love (75)
marriage (17)
men and women (36)
money (24)
mothers (21)
motivational (68)
patience (10)
politics (53)
power (12)
pride (13)
relationships (8)
religion (53)
respect (12)
smile (11)
sport (14)
strength (15)
success (25)
technology (18)
time (26)
travel (17)
truth (49)
war and peace (30)
weakness (13)
wisdom (21)
work (28)
writing (24)

The latest quotes

Molder of consensus
A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.
Martin Luther King, Jr. | leadership

We did it ourselves
When the best leader's work is done the people say, 'We did it ourselves.'
Lao Tzu | leadership

Patriots
Patriots always talk of dying for their country and never of killing for their country.
Bertrand Russell | war and peace

To conquer fear
Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.
Bertrand Russell | fear

A paradoxical fact
We are faced with the paradoxical fact that education has become one of the chief obstacles to intelligence and freedom of thought.
Bertrand Russell | education

Suggested authors

Albert Einstein (35)
Aristotle (21)
Author unknown (21)
Edgar Allan Poe (29)
Ernest Hemingway (28)
Friedrich Nietzsche (24)
George Bernard Shaw (22)
Helen Keller (32)
Henry David Thoreau (21)
Khalil Gibran (21)
Lao Tzu (28)
Mahatma Gandhi (24)
Marilyn Monroe (25)
Mark Twain (27)
Martin Luther King, Jr. (26)
Muhammad Ali (22)
Nelson Mandela (25)
Oscar Wilde (21)
Paulo Coelho (21)
Ralph Waldo Emerson (21)
Virginia Woolf (39)
William Shakespeare (21)