"She is that bee."

Translation:Cô ấy là con ong đó.

July 24, 2016


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What's diff between đó an nay?

December 29, 2017


Này is near đó is so far

June 3, 2018


Nay and Day are This.

Kia and Do are That.

Day is used to say “This is... x” e.g “This is a glove”. Nay is used to say “X is this Y” e.g “You are this chicken”.

Do and Kia are used interchangeably, and I think Kia goes after the noun e.g “Nguoi dan ong kia” and I think Do can be put either after or before the noun e.g “Co ay la con ong do” or “Do la co ay”.

I hope that helps. I’m not an expert at Vietnamese though so hopefully someone better at Vietnamese than me can explain. :-)

December 9, 2018


+1 on this question. I put nay for this answer and got it write but it said there was a typo and I should have put đó. How are they both right / what's the difference?

May 26, 2018


*right not write

May 26, 2018


I truly LOVE the fact that there is an option to learn some of the beautiful vietnamese language. But WHY is this course set-up SO complicated and illogical? "she is that bee' ???? What kind of a phrase is that??? Is that a vietnamese expression??? I don't get why it is not like the spanish set up. Kind of a pity......

November 4, 2017


this is a kinda disturbing sentence ngl...

May 7, 2019


Why I need the đo at the end?

January 6, 2017


Without that it would say "She is the bee" instead of "that bee"

January 6, 2017


Can you use "kia" for "that"

June 7, 2018


Yes, you can use "kia/đó" for "that". So "that bee" = "con ong kia/đó". Have funny!

June 16, 2018


Co ay la con ong kia for me got...Correct

June 16, 2019
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