Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun 'chúng tôi'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Personal pronoun 'chúng tôi'

Personal pronoun 'chúng tôi'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to the first person plural, equivalent to 'we' in English.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Chúng tôi rất thích đi du lịch ở Việt Nam.
We really enjoy traveling in Vietnam.
Chúng tôi ăn tối ở nhà hàng gần khách sạn của chúng tôi.
We had dinner at a restaurant near our hotel.
Chúng tôi đã học tiếng Việt được một năm rồi.
We have been studying Vietnamese for a year.
Chúng tôi luôn hỗ trợ nhau trong mọi công việc.
We always support each other in every task.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese personal pronoun 'chúng tôi' is used to refer to a group of people that includes the speaker but excludes the listener. In English, this is the equivalent to the pronoun 'we'. It's used in many contexts and situations to express collective actions, feelings, or thoughts of a group that the speaker belongs to.
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