Do you consider "No pain, No gain" to be the same as "No pains, No gains."? Or is there a slight difference in meaning between them? Thank you so much as always in advance.
The saying is No pain, No gain. That is the idiomatic form. People don't use the plural version - at least not in my experience.
I'm not sure I'd capitalize the second no, but other than that, I agree with AEmotion: stars.
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Thank you so much, but we can see and hear no pains. no gains a lot here in my country. I think so many people use it wrong.
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In what country are you hearing this?

No pains, No gains is correct

What country do you live in, please?


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