Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun 'chúng mình'

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Personal pronoun 'chúng mình'

Personal pronoun 'chúng mình'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to 'we' or 'us' inclusively.


The usage of 'chúng mình' simply replaces the English pronouns 'we' or 'us' in Vietnamese sentences.


Chúng mình sẽ đi xem phim vào cuối tuần này.
We will go to the movies this weekend.
Chúng mình cùng nhau học tiếng Việt nhé.
Let's learn Vietnamese together.
Chúng mình đã đi mua sắm các món đồ trang trí cho bữa tiệc.
We went shopping for party decorations.
Chúng mình đọc cuốn sách này chưa nhỉ?
Have we read this book yet?

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese phrase 'chúng mình' is a personal pronoun used to refer to 'we' or 'us'. It has a friendly and informal tone, often used among friends, relatives, or people of similar age. This pronoun is used to include both the speaker and the listener(s) in the context.

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