Decoded Slug: Classifier 'cây'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Classifier 'cây'

Classifier 'cây'

Short explanation:

Used to denote unit of count for elongated objects.

Formation:

cây + [noun for elongated object]

Examples:

Tôi có một cây bút màu xanh.
I have a green pen.
Cô ấy đang cầm một cây dù màu đỏ.
She is holding a red umbrella.
Có một cây cầu lớn bắc qua sông.
There is a large bridge over the river.
Con đường này dẫn đến nhà tôi.
This road leads to my house.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese classifier 'cây' is typically used to denote a unit of count for long, rod-like, or elongated objects. This is equivalent to 'a piece of' or 'a stick of' in English when referring to such items. Generally, it is used with many objects like trees, pens, roads, rivers, and so on.
hanabira.org

Ace your Japanese JLPT N5-N1 preparation.

Disclaimer

Public Alpha version. This site is currently undergoing active development. You may encounter bugs, inconsistencies or limited functionality. Lots of sentences might not sound natural. We are progressively addressing these issues with native speakers. You can support the development by buying us a coffee.

花びら散る

夢のような跡

朝露に

Copyright 2024 @ hanabira.org