English Idiom - No Pain, No Gain

Today's Ginseng English idiom is no pain, no gain.  This idiom comes from some people's belief that you must suffer to succeed, that nothing good comes without hard work.

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Training for a marathon was the hardest thing I ever did, but as they say, no pain, no gain! Crossing the finish line made all the pain and suffering worth it!

Max's parents told him, no pain, no gain, and made him study English every day. It was hard but when he realized he could speak English with his American friends, he was very happy!

Julie's goal was to be able to do 50 push-ups, Every day her arms hurt so much, but she knew that this was the only way to achieve her goal and she told herself, no pain, no gain!

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