Decoded Slug: Similarity structure 'nào … cũng'

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Similarity structure 'nào … cũng'

Similarity structure 'nào … cũng'

Short explanation:

Used to express the idea of 'all' or 'every' in English.

Formation:

[Subject] + nào + [verb] + cũng + [rest of sentence]

Examples:

Người mẹ nào cũng yêu con của mình.
A mother loves every child that she gives birth to.
Ngày nào tôi cũng phải đặt báo thức để dậy sớm.
Every day I have to set an alarm to wake up early.
Cây nào cũng đã được tôi tưới nước.
I have watered every single tree.
Bài tập nào cũng khó đối với tôi.
Every exercise is difficult for me.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese structure 'nào … cũng' is used to indicate the concept of 'all' or 'every'. It is used when the same action or state applies to every individual or item in a group, similar to 'each and every' in English. Typically, the structure takes the form of 'subject + nào + verb + cũng'.
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