Decoded Slug: Expressing-the-hope final particle 'nhé'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Expressing-the-hope final particle 'nhé'

Expressing-the-hope final particle 'nhé'

Short explanation:

Used to express a hope, request, or suggest something.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Hẹn gặp bạn vào buổi sáng nhé?
Let's meet in the morning, okay?
Hãy ở nhà nhé?
Stay at home, okay?
Hãy nhớ gọi cho tôi nhé?
Remember to call me, alright?
Chúng ta sẽ tiếp tục làm việc vào ngày mai nhé?
We will continue working tomorrow, okay?

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese word 'nhé' is often used at the end of a sentence to express a hope, make a polite request, or suggest an action to be taken by the listener. It mirrors the usage of 'let's' in English or can give a soft imperative tone to the sentence. While there's no literal translation, 'nhé' helps to frame a statement as a suggestion, a plea or a piece of friendly advice.
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