When something is compared with another thing according to its numbers, the sentence follows a different structure. Multiple number comparatives include half, twice, three times, four times, etc.
IN VIETNAMESE WE USE GẤP FOR THIS
Collection of hypermarkets in Vietnam to know, or chain supermarkets. Every day, both expats and Vietnamese spend a lot of time and money shopping for groceries. The Vietnamese average spends about VND 250,000 [according to the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce] on weekly grocery shopping. In Vietnam, there are many supermarkets and grocery stores, most of which are located in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh District, as well as in larger cities.
Talking about larger supermarkets and or shopping malls, Big C is actually leading in quantity with 35 supermarkets, Mega Mall with 19 grocery stores, followed by Lottle supermarket with 13 and finally the Japanese Aeon brand with 4 supermarkets in terms of quantity.
Watching video to learn more
Sủi cảo (Jiaozi), còn gọi là bánh chẻo là một loại bánh hấp của Trung Quốc được ăn phổ biến ở Đông Á. Đây là một trong những món ăn chính trong dịp Tết nguyên đán cũng như là món ăn quanh năm tại các tỉnh phía Bắc
Jiaozi are a Chinese dumpling commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major dishes eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces.
Địa chỉ quán/Address: 197 Hà Tôn Quyền, Quận 11
Giá/Price: 217k một bữa ăn 2 người
00:00 Huỳnh Thế Phi Đi Ăn Sủi Cảm Ban Đê
00:37 Gọi đồ ăn
01:23 Cận cảnh món ăn
03:22 Giá của các món ăn
Collocation refers to a natural combination of words that are closely affiliated with each other. Some examples are “pay attention”, “fast food”, “make an effort”, and “powerful engine”.
Let’s learn some collocation and phrasal verbs with “ăn” in this video