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|Fundamentals of Adverbs in Vietnamese||Oct 09 2011, 11:28 AM|
As the primary role of adverbs is to modify verbs and adjectives, this lesson on adverbs would assume the knowledge of verbs and adjectives introduced in their respective lessons. It helps a lot if you read this lesson only after going through those lessons.
Position of adverbs
We'll begin with 2 examples to demonstrate that the use of adverbs in Vietnamese is very similar to its English use.
As you can observe, the positions of the adverbs hay("well") and nhanh("fast") are exactly the same as their English counterparts. In the first example, the adverb is positioned immediately after the verb hát("sing") as this verb requires...Read More
|Basic Sentence Structure in Vietnamese||Oct 09 2011, 11:25 AM|
In this section, we'll learn how Vietnamese phrases are arranged to form meaning. Let's get started with the classical example: I love you. How is that expressed in Vietnamese? It's Anh yêu em. Let's see the break-downs:
Please don't remember all the details above, it's just for reading purpose. What should be remembered, however, is this:
Vietnamese has the same sentence structure as English:...Read More
|Negation and Conjunctions in Vietnamese||Oct 09 2011, 11:22 AM|
We've gone through lessons on Nouns, Adjectives then Verbs and Adverbs. Those are the most fundamental building blocks of any sentence. In this last lesson of our express course on Vietnamese Grammar, we'll discuss negation and conjunctions.
The way we Vietnamese express Negation is also very similar to the English way. The equivalent of not is không in Vietnamese. To be specific, let's consider the following example in which a verb is negated.
In the English negative sentence, we need to put does not in front of the verb read. In the Vietnamese translation, we use the word không in the place of does not. This word không would be the main negation word for most cases.
Let's take another example to see how adjectives are negated. Consider the following:
Negation of adjectives
|Learn Vietnamese||Oct 09 2011, 11:33 AM|
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