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《Journal of Yunnan Normal University(Teaching and Research on Chinese as a Foreign Language Edition)》 2009-05
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A Contrastive Analysis of the Personal Pronouns in Chinese and Vietnamese

LE Duc-thanh,LIU Ya-li(Department of Chinese,Sun Yat-sen University,Guangzhou 510275,China)  
With an analysis of the pragmatic errors made by Vietnamese students,this paper makes a contrastive study of the personal pronouns in Chinese and Vietnamese,and concludes that although both languages have personal pronouns,these pronouns differ in emotional and pragmatic functions.Due to a lack of the corresponding Chinese second-person pronouns expressing politeness such as 'nin','ni' and 'nimen' in Vietnamese,the Vietnamese have to use words referring to family appellations or man's jobs for a communicative purpose It is the lack of polite second-person pronouns that causes the difficulty for the Vietnamese students to learn Chinese.
【CateGory Index】: H146;H44
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