Decoded Slug: Final particle 'đấy'

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Final particle 'đấy'

Final particle 'đấy'

Short explanation:

Used to emphasize or indicate certainty of a statement.

Formation:

'Đấy', + Subject + Predicate / Sub + Predicate + 'đấy'

Examples:

Đấy, anh ấy là một giáo viên.
He is a teacher, you know.
Đấy, cô ấy đã không liên lạc với tôi.
She didn't contact me, that's for sure.
Đấy, điện thoại của tôi nằm ở đây này.
My phone is right here, see.
Đây là quyển sách mà tôi đang nói đến đấy.
This is the book I was talking about.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese final particle 'đấy' serves a variety of purposes in speech. It can be used to emphasize a statement, to express mild surprise or disagreement, to signify the certainty or importance of a statement, or to convey a sense of urgency to the listener. It is often synonymous with expressions like 'that's it', 'there you go', or 'see' in English.
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