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These well known sayings were translated by computer to another language then back into English. What were the original?

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These well known sayings were translated by computer to another language then back into English. What were the original sayings?

  1. It hits while the iron is warm.
  2. Initially come, initially been useful.
  3. As for evidence of the pudding there are times when you eat.
  4. More than one road it removed the skin from the tomcat.
  5. Is human to mad.
posted Apr 4, 2017 by Basabdatta Mukherjee

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  1. Strike while the iron is hot
  2. First come, first served
  3. The proof of the pudding in eating
  4. There is more than one way to skin a cat
  5. To err is human
answer Jul 20, 2018 by Hanifa Mammadov



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