Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun 'họ'

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Personal pronoun 'họ'

Personal pronoun 'họ'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to a group of people or third person.


Used in sentence where it is needed to refer to a group of people or third person


Họ đang học tiếng Việt.
They are learning Vietnamese.
Họ là những người bạn của tôi.
They are my friends.
Hôm nay họ đã đến viện bảo tàng.
They were at the museum yesterday.
Họ muốn đi du lịch châu Âu.
They want to travel to Europe.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese personal pronoun 'họ' is equivalent to 'they' or 'them' in English. It is used to refer to a group of people or third person. This can be used to talk about a group of people who are not present or to refer to someone in a less personal manner.

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