"Nó" is a third-person pronoun. You can use "nó" for inanimate objects as well as animate objects.
"Nó" could be used to refer to people of the same age as you. However, as a native Vietnamese, I rarely use "nó" when talking about people, regardless of their age/social status. It is just my preference. But please note that in formal situations, "nó" is not used to refer to people.
U can use it for animal or human( when u talk about ur friends, someone younger than you, about someone,...) Example1: A: tayna dạo này thế nào rồi B: à NÓ vẫn khoẻ Example2: A: ồ con chó đó đẹp thật B: chắc NÓ đắt tiền lắm Example3: A: con bé ngoan nhỉ B: cháu tôi NÓ ngoan lắm Hope this will help you
@anhquyhoang oh thank you. I think the most important way to learn is practice day in day out. Honestly, i met a girl, who is the first teacher and she a inspiration for me and she also excellent person. So the thing i can say is you can find a motivation and find a good coach, they will help you. Good luck for you man.
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