"That is her."
Translation:Đó là cô ấy.
As I understand it, do is nearer (by the person you're taking to if not by you), while kia is farther (over away from both of you).
Đó is 'that', meaning directly in front or around you, and kia is 'that' meaning over there/in a place
Hmm, somehow in this unit there are not as many comments as in the units before
More people doing earlier lessons. Some drop out. Others still redoing basics.
Em is used (as i understand it) only when speaking about to directly to someone that is around your own age or younger.
Em ay isnt an existing word, em by itself means me(possesive) . If you were to talk about yourself, you would say tôi or em.