Decoded Slug: 'Lại' in the sense of 'moveover, in addition'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
'Lại' in the sense of 'moveover, in addition'

'Lại' in the sense of 'moveover, in addition'

Short explanation:

Used to indicate additional information or actions to be considered.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Anh ấy không chỉ là một giáo viên tốt, mà còn lại là một nhà văn xuất sắc.
He's not only a good teacher, but moreover, he's an excellent writer.
Hôm nay trời mưa, lại còn lạnh nữa.
Today, it's raining and moreover, it's cold.
Tôi vừa phải đi làm, lại vừa phải chăm sóc con nhỏ.
I have to go to work, and moreover, I have to take care of my small child.
Cô ấy rất thông minh, lại còn rất có năng khiếu nghệ thuật nữa.
She's very intelligent and moreover, she's very artistically talented.

Long explanation:

The word 'lại' in Vietnamese is used to indicate something additional or supplementary. It's similar to 'moveover' or 'in addition' in English. 'Lại' is generally used to introduce another action or idea that adds to the previous one, suggesting that the situation or argument is more complex.
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