Decoded Slug: 'Hết' used after a verb

Vietnamese Grammar Point
'Hết' used after a verb

'Hết' used after a verb

Short explanation:

Used to express that an action or state has finished or doesn't exist.

Formation:

'Subject + Verb + hết'

Examples:

Tôi đã ăn hết cái bánh rồi.
I ate all the cake.
Chúng ta đã uống hết rượu rồi.
We have drunk all the wine.
Cô ấy đã làm hết việc nhà rồi.
She has done all the housework.
Đứa trẻ đã chơi hết tất cả các trò chơi trong công viên.
The child has played all the games in the park.

Long explanation:

In Vietnamese language, 'hết' is used after a verb to indicate that an action has been completely done or that a previously existing state no longer exists. It translates to 'all done' or 'no more' in English.
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