"Anh ấy ăn bánh mì."
Translation:He eats bread.
One of the biggest hurdles with Mandarin for me is remembering the pronunciations, even with the simple grammar. That's why I'm also trying Japanese since kana are more prevalent as a way to remember how to actually pronounce stuff for it. Of course, an alphabet like Vietnamese is even better. 21/03/2019
Well, "Anh ấy" doesn't necessarily mean, "big brother". It basically just means "he". Terms that would mean, "big brother" would be "anh hai" (big brother) or just "anh" which generally speaking would be understood as, "older" but masculine so we understand that you're talking about a male person.