Decoded Slug: Time adverb 'mới'

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Time adverb 'mới'

Time adverb 'mới'

Short explanation:

'Mới' is used to specify that something happened in the recent past or just occurred.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Tôi mới về nhà sau kì nghỉ dài.
I have just returned home after a big holiday.
Anh ấy mới viết xong bức thư này.
He has just finished writing this letter.
Cô ấy vừa mới hiểu ra mình đã sai lầm.
She has just realized that she was wrong.
Tôi mới mua căn hộ này ngày hôm qua.
I just bought this apartment yesterday.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese word 'mới' is a time adverb that is often used to indicate that an event or action took place in the immediate past or just happened. It's similar to the English word 'just'. It can also be used to emphasise that something is only now true or possible.
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