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Verb 'thử'

Verb 'thử'

Short explanation:

Used to express the idea of trying or giving something a try.


Subject + thử + Verb.


Anh thử ăn món này chưa? Nếu chưa, anh nên thử một lần.
Have you tried this dish? If not, you should give it a try.
Cô ấy thử học tiếng Tây Ban Nha để chuẩn bị cho chuyến du lịch tới.
She is trying to learn Spanish in preparation for her upcoming trip.
Tôi sẽ thử đi xe bus thay vì đi taxi để tiết kiệm tiền.
I will try taking the bus instead of a taxi to save money.
Bạn có thể thử gửi email cho giáo viên của bạn để xin cần xem lại bài kiểm tra.
You could try sending an email to your teacher asking if you can review the test.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese verb 'thử' is used to communicate the idea of trying something or giving it a try. It is similar to the English verb 'to try' or the phrase 'give it a go'. The verb 'thử' is used to denote an attempt at doing something, particularly when the outcome is uncertain.

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