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Demonstrative pronoun 'này'

Demonstrative pronoun 'này'

Short explanation:

Used to indicate a person, object, event or idea that is near to the speaker.

Formation:

Noun + này

Examples:

Cô gái này rất xinh đẹp.
This girl is very beautiful.
Ngôi nhà này rất lớn.
This house is big.
Chúng ta nên mua chiếc xe này.
We should buy this car.
Tôi rất thích bức tranh này.
I really like this painting.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese pronoun 'này' is a demonstrative pronoun used to refer to a person, object, event or idea that is close to the speaker in space or time. It's equivalent to 'this' in English. 'Này' can be used in various contexts and it's usually placed after the noun it modifies.
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