"We read the book."
Translation:Chúng tôi đọc sách.
When a couple, A and B, talk to their friend C:
- A or B: We (chúng TÔI - A and B) are going to the club. Do you want to join us (chúng TÔI - A and B)?
- C: That sounds great! I'm in!
- A or B: We (chúng TA - A, B, and C) should go now. Looks like it'll be raining soon.
Use "Chúng TÔI" (A and B) to mention your side only, use "chúng TA" (A, B, and C) to include the one(s) you are talking to. :)
Because things...happen that way, I guess? "Cái" covers around 70 to 80% of the objects already. Still, some specific objects require specific classifiers. Things happen that way, I don't know why...