Decoded Slug: Verb 'nghe'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Verb 'nghe'

Verb 'nghe'

Short explanation:

Used to represent the action of listening or hearing in Vietnamese.

Formation:

example of grammar formation for given grammar point

Examples:

Hằng ngày, trước khi đi ngủtôi đều nghe nhạc.
I listen to music every day before I go to bed.
Bạn có nghe thấy tiếng chuông không?
Do you hear the bell sound?
Mẹ của tôi luôn nghe tin tức buổi sáng.
My mother always listens to the news in the morning.
Hãy nghe tôi nói, tôi có điều này muốn nói với bạn.
Listen to me, I have something to say to you.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'nghe' translates to 'listen' or 'hear' in English. This verb is used to describe the action of giving attention to sound or action. It's a common verb in Vietnamese and is used in many different contexts.
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