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The early bird gets the worm, early insects eaten by birds, in the end is to early or not early

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Asked at 2011.05.11 19:28:58
The early bird catches the worm is pre-empted mean, I understand, but it was a bird early worm to eat, how to understand it? Is it?
answer Jane black  Answered at 2011.05.11 19:28:58
"The early bird gets the worm," is to advise people to diligence; more of a hard number will be a harvest. "Early insects eaten by birds," is warning people not to fight the limelight all things, this sentence and the "good deed goes unpunished" means close. This shows a similar "early" contains the meaning of the difference is there. When you understand the different environmental conditions, "early" word different meanings, then "in the end is to early or not early," you would not generalize the. Under what circumstances this early? Under what circumstances can not be earlier? You will make a wise choice.
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