Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun: 'bà ấy'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Personal pronoun: 'bà ấy'

Personal pronoun: 'bà ấy'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to a third person female who is older.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Bà ấy thích ăn phở bò.
She likes eating beef pho.
Bà ấy là bà của tôi.
She is my grandmother.
Bà ấy sống ở Hà Nội.
She lives in Hanoi.
Bà ấy vẫn rất khỏe mạnh.
She is still very healthy.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese term 'bà ấy' is a personal pronoun that is used to refer to a third person female who is older. It can be translated as 'she' in English but is used when referring to someone who is older or deserving of respect due to their age. Often it is used when speaking about someone's grandmother or an elderly lady.
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