Decoded Slug: Selection interrogative pronoun 'nào'

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Selection interrogative pronoun 'nào'

Selection interrogative pronoun 'nào'

Short explanation:

Used to inquire about a specific person or thing among several options.

Formation:

Noun + nào

Examples:

Tôi bạn muốn mượn quyển sách nào của tớ nhỉ?
Which of my books do you want to borrow?
Bộ phim nào bạn cảm thấy thích nhất?
Which movie do you like the most?
Bạn muốn chơi trò chơi nào?
Which game do you want to play?
Bạn muốn thử món ăn nào tại nhà hàng này?
Which food dish do you want to try at this restaurant?

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese pronoun 'nào' is an interrogative word used to ask about a specific individual or thing from a range of possibilities. It is equivalent to asking 'which' in English. 'nào' often follows the noun that it refers to.
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