Through our Romanian lessons we look  to facilitate the cultural integration of the learners, by integrating in the courses not only simple etymologies, but also historical, literary, and cultural arguments.

Proverbs in the Romanian culture

This proverb is used to express the idea that, in some cases, even close friends or family members might prioritize their own interests over their relationship with others. The proverb suggests that while the relationship between brothers (or friends) is important, it is not as valuable as money or material possessions. The proverb can be used in situations where someone is expected to offer a favour or help for free, but they refuse to do so because they expect to be paid.
Thus, we can conclude that in business matters, family or friendship relationships are not considered.

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