Decoded Slug: Use of the verb 'trở nên'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Use of the verb 'trở nên'

Use of the verb 'trở nên'

Short explanation:

This verb is equivalent of 'become', indicating a change of state or condition.

Formation:

'Trở nên' + adjective/noun

Examples:

Cuộc sống trở nên khó khăn khi cô ấy mất việc.
Life became difficult when she lost her job.
Anh ấy trở nên giàu có sau khi thắng lớn tại sòng bạc.
He became rich after winning big at the casino.
Thành phố trở nên sôi động hơn vào mùa hè.
The city becomes more vibrant in the summer.
Học sinh trở nên tự tin hơn sau khi tham gia khóa học kỹ năng sống.
Students become more confident after attending the life skills course.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'trở nên' is used to denote a change of state, condition or quality about a subject. It is similar to the English verb 'to become' in function. 'Trở nên' generally follows an adjective or a noun, signifying the change into the state or condition described by that adjective or noun.
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