He/She eats a whole chicken OMG o.O
And spits out all the bones and feathers.
An is a name? Because when the speaker says it, it sounds like he is saying Brother, or Anh which could also be used to refer to himself if he is older than you.
Totally agree. The name should be changed to something completely different to avoid confusion... like "Nguyen"... or "Becky".
I think the point was to see the difference between An and ăn.
In fact, it is the only name I saw in the course so far.
Yeah I agree.
An is like a given name (a random one, though), while "Nguyen" (or Nguyễn) is a surname. To be fair, there is also a given name spelt as "Nguyên"
O.O Well I do love chicken...
that'll teach that chicken to bite an
I don't get what means the EN sentence.
Could someone enlighten me? Thx!
An is a name
An is a person's name.
after a chicken had bitten an, an ate a chisken :D
Or the other way around: "An, you ate my father, now I will eat you!".
Best comeback ever
are "an" and "ăn" pronounced differently?
ăn is pronounced shorter
I see you are like me. I cannot tell when a, â, or ă. And even when I see the difference i cannot remember which is which T_T
Just to check - definite and indeifnite articles here. How would a definite article look?
An eats the chicken: an ăn con gà.
It could be really hard to hear the differences between con gà and con cà, so i will be confused if An wants fish or chicken :D
Very simple: gà has a clear falling tone (huyền) and cá a clear rising tone (sắc).
An is taking her revenge and I completely stan her.
Does this really mean "a chicken"? In english this would mean she eats a whole chicken.
Unless An is a snake, crocodile, or something, this doesn't seem right.
Why this is "An eats a chicken" He eat "a" chicken why its "eats" with S ?
Sorry weird explain
Because eats refers to An, and An is "she". "She eats", not "she eat". It's English verb conjugation.
I had the same thing and said it was wrong