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Palau Language Proverbs Quiz

Please choose the corrective figurative meaning for this proverb:
 The sebus is said to be the smallest fish in the sea. The idiom may be applied to one who belittles another if the latter is really far more powerful or prestigious. It can be applied in the reverse, referring to a person who shrinks from an inferior foe or from easy work.
 A poorly organized man, naive, openminded, generous, but not manly.
 Used of the people of Ngaraard where this food fish is abundant.
 From small contributions, great accomplishments; a lot of small twigs can make a hot fire; the virtue of cooperation.
 i.e. he's expanding a lot of effort but not getting anywhere. There was once, in the hamlet of Ngerebodl (in Koror, central Palau), reputedly a very fine boulder path which began and ended nowhere in particular. The idiom may describe a person who seems to be working hard toward no apparent objective

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