Decoded Slug: Modal verb 'muốn'

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Modal verb 'muốn'

Modal verb 'muốn'

Short explanation:

Used to indicate a desire or intention.

Formation:

subject + muốn + verb (optional: additional information about the action)

Examples:

Tôi muốn đi xem phim. Bạn có muốn đi cùng không?
I want to go to the cinema. Do you want to go with me?
Mẹ muốn chúng ta ăn bữa tối ở nhà hôm nay.
Mom wants us to eat dinner at home today.
Anh ấy muốn học tiếng Việt để có thể giao tiếp tốt hơn khi đi du lịch ở Việt Nam.
He wants to learn Vietnamese to be able to communicate better when traveling in Vietnam.
Chị muốn mở một quán cà phê nhỏ ở trung tâm thành phố.
She wants to open a small coffee shop in the city center.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese modal verb 'muốn' is equivalent to the English verb 'want to'. It expresses the speaker's desire or intention to do something. This verb is often used to state what one wishes to do or to ask someone else what they wish to do.
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