Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun 'mình'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Personal pronoun 'mình'

Personal pronoun 'mình'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to oneself or to represent reflexive actions.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Mình không thích ăn mì tôm. Mình thích ăn phở bò hơn.
I don't like eating instant noodles. I prefer to eat beef pho.
Sau giờ làm việc, mình thường đi tập gym để giữ gìn vóc dáng.
After work, I usually go to the gym to keep fit.
Mình phải chuẩn bị kỹ lưỡng trước khi đi phỏng vấn.
I have to prepare thoroughly before going for an interview.
Không có ai giúp nên mình phải tự làm tất cả.
Nobody helps so I have to do everything by myself.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese pronoun 'mình' is often used to refer to oneself in a conversation. It can be used by the speaker to refer to themselves or by the listener to refer to themselves. In addition, 'mình' also represents reflexive actions where the subject and the object are the same.
hanabira.org

Ace your Japanese JLPT N5-N1 preparation.

Disclaimer

Public Alpha version. This site is currently undergoing active development. You may encounter bugs, inconsistencies or limited functionality. Lots of sentences might not sound natural. We are progressively addressing these issues with native speakers. You can support the development by buying us a coffee.

花びら散る

夢のような跡

朝露に

Copyright 2024 @ hanabira.org