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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.
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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.
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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?

Clive

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