Decoded Slug: Expression 'không có gì'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Expression 'không có gì'

Expression 'không có gì'

Short explanation:

Used to express 'nothing' or 'it’s nothing' in English.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Có gì trong túi của bạn vậy? Trong túi của tôi không có gì.
What is in your bag? There is nothing in my bag.
Cảm ơn bạn đã giúp đỡ. Không có gì, rất vui được giúp bạn.
Thank you for your help. It's nothing, I'm happy to help.
Tôi đã làm sai gì chứ? Không, bạn không làm gì sai cả.
Did I do something wrong? No, you did nothing wrong.
Tôi không thích chiếc áo nào ở cửa hàng này. Cửa hàng này không có gì để tôi mua.
There is no shirt I like in the store. There is nothing for me to buy at the store.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese expression 'không có gì' translates to 'nothing' or 'it's nothing'. It could also be used in formal contexts that translates to 'you're welcome' when someone thanks you. It is used to downplay incidents or contributions or to say there is nothing in a certain place.
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