Decoded Slug: Interrogative 'bao xa'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Interrogative 'bao xa'

Interrogative 'bao xa'

Short explanation:

Used to ask about distance or how far away something is.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Bảo tàng Quốc gia Việt nam cách nhà bạn bao xa?
How far is the Vietnam National Museum from your house?
Từ đây đến bầu trời cách bao xa?
How far is it from here to the sky?
Nếu chúng ta đi bộ, nhà sách cách đây bao xa vậy?
If we walk, how far is the bookstore from here?
Từ thành phố New York đến Paris cách bao xa?
How far do you need to travel to get to Paris from New York City?

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese phrase 'bao xa' is an interrogative expression used to inquire about the distance or how far away something is. It's the equivalent of asking 'how far' in English. This phrase is often used when you want to know the distance between two places or objects.
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