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Animal Proverbs: Newborn calves are not afraid of tigers Intermediate PREMIUM

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Animal Proverbs: Newborn calves are not afraid of tigers Intermediate PREMIUM



Animal metaphors are prevalent in almost every language, but people from different cultures may regard the same animal differently. In Chinese proverbs, you will see a lot of animal metaphors to symbolize human actions.
In this lesson, we're showing you three common proverbs related to tigers. They can be directly translated to "A tiger father doesn't have a dog son", "Knowing that there are tigers in the mountain, but still insisting going to the mountain", and "Newborn calves are not afraid of tigers". Do you know what they actually mean? Check out these proverbs and learn how to apply them to daily life!

Joshua, Joy
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Intermediate
animal proverbs, tiger, video, animals

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