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A serial verb sentence is a widely used sentence pattern in Chinese language. However, the
processing method of conjunctive structure in Thai language is different from that of Chinese. Therefore, the author studied the connection and difference between Chinese and Thai serial verb sentence patterns, and summarized the steps of Chinese to Thai translation of serial verb sentences. The article first
classifies and compares Chinese serial verb sentences and Thai serial verb sentences. Then, it concludes a reasonable plan for translating Chinese to Thai, so that the translation could meet the daily expression of the Thai people. From the outcome, it is hoped to provide learning ideas and suggestions for future
Thai Chinese learners in the learning of serial verb sentences.
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