Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun: 'anh ấy'

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Personal pronoun: 'anh ấy'

Personal pronoun: 'anh ấy'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to a third person male individual in the conversation.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Anh ấy là người bạn tốt nhất của tôi. Anh ấy rất tốt bụng và hào phóng.
He is my best friend. He is very kind and generous.
Anh ấy đang học tiếng Việt. Anh ấy muốn du lịch đến Việt Nam vào một ngày nào đó.
He is learning Vietnamese. He wants to travel to Vietnam one day.
Anh ấy là bác sĩ. Anh ấy chữa bệnh cho nhiều người.
He is a doctor. He treats many people.
Anh ấy không thích ăn đồ ngọt. Anh ấy nghĩ đồ ngọt không tốt cho sức khỏe.
He does not like sweet food. He thinks sweet food is not good for health.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese phrase 'anh ấy' is a personal pronoun used commonly to refer to a third person male individual in the conversation. This pronoun is equivalent to referring someone as 'he' or 'him' in English. 'Anh ấy' is often used when describing someone's actions, thoughts or characteristics.
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