Learn Thai in Chinese: Tales of Chinese Proverbs (287) 成语故故 (二八七)

Learn Thai in Chinese: Tales of Chinese Proverbs (287) The story of an idiom (two eighty seven)

The history of a Chinese proverb that “Study Thai, get Chinese” It will be presented in this issue at 一问三不知 /一問三不知 yī wèn san bù zhī (Ewen San Bu Zhi) by the word 一 yī (e) Means one, but here it means immediately, immediately. 问/問 wèn (smile) means to ask 三 san (san) means three three 不 bù (poop) means no 知 zhi (zhi) It means to know, to know, when together, it means When asked, he realized that he did not know three things. or don’t know anything at all By the word I don’t know three things. (三不知 san bu zhi) It means not knowing the cause, its progress and its effect, which means when they do not inquire He seems to have a lot of information. But when the test asks immediately You will know immediately that you have no knowledge at all. is used in comparison to someone who appears to have a lot of knowledge But in fact, has no knowledge at all. Let’s look at an example of this Chinese proverb story.

The ancient battle As well as raising soldiers to chase each other until they knew the outcome of winning against each other Both parties had to lose their lives. And a lot of money, but in many wars, it can be seen that both sides did not use military forces to fight seriously but won through negotiations Or various tricks 0 These strategies have crystallized into various battles. a lot for us to study

China at the end of the Shunqiu period Small states began to be conquered by large states and unified territories. Wars, big and small, continued unceasingly. At that time there was a story that Jin State 晋国/晉國 Jìn Guó (Jin Guo)sent a large army to attackState of Zheng 郑国/鄭國 Zhènɡ Guó (Zheng Guo) hoping to seize the land Zheng State, seeing the Jin army coming After evaluating it, it was seen that he would not be able to withstand the invasion of the Jin army. so people were sent to discuss and persuadeState of Qi 齐国/齊國 Qí Guó (Qi Guo) Come and help with the ability to negotiate. So the State of Qi agreed to send an army to help the State of Zheng. by appointing warriorsChen Chengzhi 陈成子/陳成子 Chén Chénɡzi as a general who led the state of Qi to help the state of Zheng against the invasion of the Jin State

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The Jin State Army came to attack the Zheng State Seeing the state army tearing to help so he went to observe and saw that The Qi Army led by General Chen Chengzi was very disciplined The arrangement of the army is in the right form. After investigating the interior, he saw that The morale of the soldiers was very good. full of enthusiasm when the information has been obtained All the generals of the Jin State Army therefore concluded that If they defeated each other, it would be difficult. and long warfare is not good. Therefore, it was better to plan to retreat back.

But before returning, Miwai intends to encourage them to separate. so it will work So he sent a negotiator to talk to Chen Chengzhi. By persuading General Chen Chengzi that person originallyState of Chen 陈国/陳國 Chén Guó (Chen Guo) before, even if the Chen State had to die becauseState of Chu 楚国/楚國 Chǔ Guó (Chu Guo) conquer and take the land But in the state of Chen must stop. Wasn’t it because the State of Zheng also contributed to the State of Chu? Now the Jin State has conquered the Zheng State. Doesn’t it help you get revenge? Warlord Chen Chengzhi then replied: The State of Chen is over. Now I am the General of Qi State. order to resist the enemy I must do my duty to the utmost. Negotiators from the Jin Army saw the persuasion as useless and left.

The Jin Army then spread the word that thousands of chariots would be sent to attack the Qi Army. The deputy commander of the Qi Army was named Swin Yin 荀寅 Xún Yín After hearing the news, he hurriedly reported to General Chen Chengzi with a panicked expression. Offer to retreat quickly before the Jin army arrives. General Chen Chengzhi asked Xun Yin if the two armies faced each other like this. How to retreat? As he said, he saw the deployment of the army. battle strategy And enemy morale? Xun Yin shook his head and said he didn’t know. General Chen Chengzhi scolded his deputy general that Three things to know in battle You know nothing at all. he came back to talk about destroying their own morale like this You have disappointed me greatly. Later, a speech about three things to know on the battlefield. But the warriors who were on the battlefield did not know this at all. It has become a Chinese proverb used as a metaphor for people who like to stand out. act like you have a lot of knowledge But seriously, that person didn’t know anything.

Thoughts from this proverb

Idiom Metaphor: I don’t know anything about the real situation.

Idiom Metaphor: I don’t know anything about the real situation.

Cénɡyǔ bǐyù: Duì shíjì qínɡkuànɡ yīdiǎn yě make up zhīdào.

Chengyu, Biyu: Dui, Shiji, Qingkwang, Yitian, Ye, Bu Zhidao.

The proverb goes like this: know nothing about the real situation.

Example sentences using this proverbial expression, such as

Some people sing the air in the academic world and give up their reputation, but when they come across a real situation, they don’t know what to ask.

Some people sing the air in the academic world and give up their reputation, but when they come across a real situation, they don’t know what to ask.

Yǒuxiē rén zài xuéshù jiè shànɡ bǎi yànɡzi, bǎ zìjǐ de mínɡyù ɡāo ɡāo ɡuà qǐ, dānɡ zhēn de yù dou àkuàn īh èh èh èh èh èh èh èh èh èh èh èh èh èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH èH

Youxia Ren Zhai Xuechu Jia Chang Bai Yangzi, Pa Zhiji De Mingyu Gao Gao Gua Qi, Tang Zhen De Yu Dao Qingkwang Shi. , Que Yi Wenshan Pu Zhi, Zhen Shi Tiulian Ah

Some pretend to be academics. conjuring himself up to be famous But when faced with the real situation, he knew nothing. that’s a shame