Decoded Slug: Personal pronoun: 'chị ấy'

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Personal pronoun: 'chị ấy'

Personal pronoun: 'chị ấy'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to an older female, not directly related, in the third person.

Formation:

noun or subject + 'chị ấy' or 'chị ấy' + verb + …

Examples:

Chị ấy là giáo viên của tôi.
She is my teacher.
Chị ấy đang ở nhà viết sách.
She is at home writing a book.
Tôi không biết chị ấy ở đâu.
I don’t know where she is.
Chị ấy có hai đứa con gái.
She has two daughters.

Long explanation:

In Vietnamese, 'chị ấy' is a personal pronoun used to refer to an older female individual, who is not directly related to the speaker, in the third person. It's comparable to 'she' or 'her' in English when referring to an older female person. The word 'chị' signals that the person being referred to is female and older, while 'ấy' is the third person pronoun.
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