Decoded Slug: Demonstrative adverb 'đây'

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Demonstrative adverb 'đây'

Demonstrative adverb 'đây'

Short explanation:

Used to indicate something which is close to the speaker.


đây + noun / clause


Đây là quyển sách mà tôi muốn cho bạn xem. Nó rất thú vị.
This is the book that I want to show you. It's very interesting.
Đây là nhà của tôi. Tôi đã sống ở đây trong suốt thời gian dài.
This is my house. I have lived here for a long time.
Đây là món quà mà tôi đã chuẩn bị cho bạn. Hy vọng bạn sẽ thích nó.
This is the gift that I've prepared for you. Hope you would like it.
Đây là cây bút mà tôi thích nhất. Nó viết rất mượt.
This is the pen that I like the most. It writes very smoothly.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese word 'đây' is a demonstrative adverb used to highlight something or someone that is near the speaker. It is equivalent to using 'here' in English. This adverb is often used to present something or mention a place located near the speaker.

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