What are some common phrases in Vietnamese?

Greetings and essentials

  • Xin Chào (sin chow) / Hello.
  • Cảm Ơn (gam un) / Thank you.
  • Dạ / Không (yah / comb) — Yes / No.
  • Xin Lỗi (sin loy) / Excuse Me.
  • Tôi không hiểu. (
  • Hẹn gặp lại (hen gap lie) / See you again.
  • Nhà vệ sinh ở đâu? (nah vey sin uh dow) / Where is the bathroom?

How do you say romantic phrases in Vietnamese?

The Top 10 Vietnamese Words & Phrases For Going On A Date

  1. I love you. Tôi yêu bạn.
  2. You’re so beautiful. Em đẹp quá.
  3. Girlfriend. bạn gái.
  4. Rose. hoa hồng.
  5. I think of you as more than a friend. Tôi coi bạn hơn một người bạn.
  6. Love. yêu.
  7. I’ve got a crush on you. Tôi có cảm tình với bạn.
  8. Boyfriend. bạn trai.

How do you greet in Vietnamese?

How to Say “Hello” in Vietnamese

  1. Xin chào – “Hello” (appropriate for everyone)
  2. Chào – “Hi” (casual hello; only appropriate for people your age or younger)
  3. Chào Chị – “Hello, Madame” (formal, appropriate when speaking to older women)
  4. Chào Chú – “Hello, Sir” (formal, appropriate when speaking to older men)

How do you flirt in Vietnam?

Making use of Compliments and Flirty words

  1. “You are very beautiful/ handsome” – “Em/ Anh rất xinh gái/ đẹp trai”
  2. “I love your smile” – “Anh/em yêu nụ cười của em/anh”
  3. “I like you” – “Anh/ em thích em/anh”
  4. “Kiss me” – “Hôn anh/em đi”

What are your favorite Vietnamese idioms and why?

“Wet as a paddling rat” makes much more sense if you imagine how a rat might swim. Another variation of the idiom is “ướt như chuột lụt”, or “wet as rats during a flood” – where “lụt” translates to “flood”, something that happened frequently in the Vietnamese countryside in the past.

What are some swear words in Vietnamese?

fuck your mother. (0%) (0%) địt mẹ nh m. fuck the mother of yours. (1%) (1%) đồ lồn què. you are a pussy in period. (1%) (1%) đụ.

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What are the rules of Vietnamese pronunciation?

pronunciation of final consonants are rounded /u, O, o/ and front /i, e, E</. Details about rules of Vietnamese final consonant pronunciation are adopted from Đoàn (1999), and the examples are taken from the Vietnamese dictionary (Hoàng, 2000). i) /m/: in words like em [Em] (I, younger sister/brother) lượm [lM7m] (pick up)