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Opportunity seldom knocks twice

Possible interpretation: Take any opportunity or chance when it comes - it may not come again.

Note: opportunity (noun) = a lucky chance; a set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something | seldom (adverb) = rarely | knock (verb) = strike or hit (a door) noisily to attract attention | twice (adverb) = two times

Quick Quiz:

If "opportunity seldom knocks twice", when an opportunity comes we should
  1. wait for it to knock
  2. wait for it to ring the doorbell
  3. take it immediately

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