Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun 'chúng nó'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Personal pronoun 'chúng nó'

Personal pronoun 'chúng nó'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to a group of people or things in the third person.

Formation:

'chúng nó'

Examples:

Chúng nó sẽ đến sớm thôi.
They will come early.
Chúng nó đang chơi bóng rổ ở ngoài sân.
They are playing basketball in the court.
Chúng nó đã mua đồ ăn về cho anh rồi.
They have bought food for you.
Bạn đã gặp chúng nó chưa?
Have you met them yet?

Long explanation:

'Chúng nó' is a personal pronoun in Vietnamese that is used to refer to a group of people or things in the third person. It is equivalent to the English pronoun 'they' or 'them'. This pronoun is typically used when the speaker is referring to a group or collection of people or things that have been previously mentioned or are understood from context.
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