Are appearances deceptive?
No, generally what you see is what you get.
Le apparenze ingannano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Appearances are deceptive." Specifically, the feminine plural definite article le means "the." The feminine noun apparenze means "appearances." The verb ingannano means "(they) are deceiving, deceive, do deceive" in this context. The pronunciation will be "ley AHP-pah-REHN-tsey een-GAHN-nah-noh" in Italian.
Yes appearances is always deceptive especially when it comes to a relationship. We always think that people who are a quite type, or even shy can fool a lot of people. Not all people who are quite or shy will be that. And this will be the look that they want others to see from them. Appearances is very important but if we always believe that when a person is quite, it doesn't mean that…
The saying 'all that glitters is not gold' means that simply because something may appear priceless, pleasing or pretty, its no sign that without a doubt its worth having once its true nature has been discovered. Don't let appearances, and particularly attractive appearances, blind you to the reality that things are not always as they appear to be. Never judge a book by its cover. Appearances can be deceptive.
Yes, appearances can be very deceptive. Example: Many individuals feel that a thief; criminal are not well groomed and perhaps illiterate, but in many cases these individuals can look like a businessman and well dressed and a smooth talker. If everything in your being is saying to beware then pay attention to your inner self and take your time when dealing with certain people. They say the eyes are the window of the soul.