What does "deu" mean in this context?
Đều usually is used when you're referring to everyone/everything you're speaking about. So I guess it's to make it sound better? You could also omit it and the sentence would still be correct.
Thanks. I'm not sure how to suggest it be accepted without "deu," but it helps me to know why it is here.
So without it you’re not specifying that you’re referring to a specific subset of people?
This sentence is true
I did last year in Vin Yen pulled a drowned woman out of the lake and resucitated her. A great feeling.
Help me! Why is "anyone"? I was learned that "any" uses negative sentences or question.