Decoded Slug: Interrogative word '(cái) gì'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Interrogative word '(cái) gì'

Interrogative word '(cái) gì'

Short explanation:

Used to ask about objects or things without being specific.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Bạn đang làm gì vậy? Tôi đang đọc sách.
What are you doing? I'm reading a book.
Đây là cái gì vậy? Đây là một cuốn từ điển.
What is this? This is a dictionary.
Bạn muốn ăn gì trong bữa ăn? Tôi muốn ăn cơm.
What do you want to eat in the meal? I want to eat rice.
Bạn muốn uống gì? Tôi muốn uống nước cam.
What do you want to drink? I want to drink orange juice.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese word '(cái) gì' is an interrogative expression used to inquire about objects, things, or matters without specific identification of what is being referred to. It is equivalent to the English question word 'what'. You can use this word when you want to ask about certain things, objects, or even abstract concepts.
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