Decoded Slug: Verb indicating movement direction 'đến/tới'

Vietnamese Grammar Point
Verb indicating movement direction 'đến/tới'

Verb indicating movement direction 'đến/tới'

Short explanation:

Used to indicate movement direction towards a specific destination.

Formation:

Subject + Verb + đến/tới + destination

Examples:

Mỗi ngày tôi đều đạp xe đạp đến trường.
Every day I go to school by bicycle.
Cô ấy đang tới bệnh viện để thăm mẹ.
She is going to the hospital to visit her mother.
Họ đang bay tới Nhật Bản cho kỳ nghỉ mùa đông.
They are flying to Japan for the winter holidays.
Chúng tôi đã chạy đến nhà thờ kịp thời để tham dự đám cưới.
We ran to the church in time to attend the wedding.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese words 'đến' and 'tới' are verbs that denote movement direction towards a specific destination. They convey the meaning of 'to', 'towards', 'up to', 'until', or 'arrive at' in English. When used in a sentence, these words precede the place or time destination.
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