The Comparison of Love and Marriage Attitude from Thai and Chinese Proverbs
A language is not only the communication tool for human but also the culture created by mankind in order to pass their culture and story of their prosperity from one generation to another. The language is used as a recording tool from the past, which reflects human’ cultures, traditions, beliefs, and perspectives in each era. Every language has proverb that reflects life style of people from each society. Apparently, proverbs in Thai and Chinese about love and marriage show some similarities and differences between two cultures. This academic paper represents the ideas and values of love and marriage between Thai and Chinese within those proverbs.
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