Decoded Slug: Interrogative 'chào'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Interrogative 'chào'

Interrogative 'chào'

Short explanation:

Used to greet or introduce oneself.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Chào bạn, tôi tên là Nguyễn Văn A.
Hello, my name is Nguyen Van A.
Chào cô, cháu là Hồng, bạn mới của Minh.
Hello ma'am, I'm Hồng, Minh's new friend.
Chào anh, em tên là Ngọc. Em là người mới đến đây.
Hello Sir, my name is Ngọc. I'm new here.
Chào chị, em là Trang, là bạn học cùng lớp với Lan.
Hello Miss, I'm Trang, a classmate of Lan's.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese word 'chào' is used as a greeting, similar to 'hello' in English. It is often the first word used when beginning a conversation or when introducing oneself. This word is used in a variety of contexts and situations, regardless of the time of day.
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