Learning how khổng lồ say Hello và Thank You in Vietnamese is the basic but also an important thing you should consider doing when traveling khổng lồ Vietnam. While saying "hello" is to start a conversation và help you connect with a person, saying "thank you" in their language is a good way to lớn express your gratitude when they have done something for you.

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In today"s lesson, I am gonna tóm tắt with you how to lớn say Thank you in Vietnamese & how to respond when someone thanks you.

How bởi vì You Say Thank You In Vietnamese?

Saying "cám ơn" or "cảm ơn" khổng lồ say thank you in the Vietnamese language. "Cám" or "cảm" means khổng lồ feel. "Ơn" means favor. "Cám ơn" or "cảm ơn" can be literally translated as "to feel favor".

The two phrases have the same meaning but the tones of the words "cám" and "cảm" are different. While you should pronounce "cám" with a high rising tone, "cảm" should be spoken with a low rising tone.

The phrases also mean "thanks" in English.

In the Vietnamese culture, people rarely say just "cám ơn" or "cảm ơn" because that sounds a bit too short. Also, if you say "cám ơn", "cảm ơn" khổng lồ an elder person or khổng lồ one who has a high social status, it can be considered rude or impolite.

How vì You Say Thank You Politely?

Include Personal Pronouns

Vietnamese people usually include personal pronouns in their conversation. Which pronouns you should use depend on the gender, the age difference, and the relationship between you and the listener. To lớn say "thank you" politely, you can say as follows:

Word of I + cám ơn / cảm ơn + Word of You

For example:

"Anh cám ơn em!" - Say this when you are a man và older than the listener because "Anh" is the word for yourself & "em" is the pronoun for the listener.

"Cháu cảm ơn bà!" - In this case, the listener is an old woman who could be your grandma or who is at a similar age as your grandma.

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Sometimes, the Word of I can be removed when you speak to people who are not much older than you.

Add Polite Articles

"Dạ" and "ạ" are the two popular articles used to lớn say thanks in Vietnamese in a polite way when you thank an elder person. "Dạ" is put at the beginning of a sentence while "ạ" is added khổng lồ the end. For instance:

Dạ, cám ơn chú!

Dạ, nhỏ cảm ơn cô!

Em cám ơn anh ạ!

Con cảm ơn bà mẹ ạ!

"Nhá" or "nhé" are usually added to the kết thúc of a sentence to soften it. You can use these articles when you express your gratitude to a younger person or who is at the same age as you. Please see some examples below:

Cám ơn em nhé!

Cám ơn các bạn nhá!

Emphasize Your Gratitude In Vietnamese

Adding "nhiều", "rất nhiều" or "nhiều lắm" to the kết thúc of a sentence to lớn say "thanks a lot", "thank you so much" or "thank you very much". For example:

Cám ơn chị khôn cùng nhiều!

Cám ơn ông nhiều!

Cám ơn cô các lắm!

Formal Ways khổng lồ Say Thank You In Vietnamese

When you are in formal situations such as a meeting, a conference, or when you want to say thanks to your business partners, using the following formal phrases:

1. Trân trọng cám ơn / Trân trọng cảm ơn + personal pronoun

Example: Trân trọng cám ơn quý khách! (when you thank your customers)

2. Xin cám ơn / Xin cảm ơn + personal pronoun

"Xin" literally means "beg for something". This word is added lớn say that the speaker really appreciates what the listener has done. Example: Xin cám ơn những anh!

3. Xin trân trọng cám ơn / Xin trân trọng cảm ơn

Example: công ty trường xin trân trọng cảm ơn các vị đại biểu! (The school thanks lớn the guests)

4. Xin nhiều tạ / Xin bái tạ

"Đa tạ" is an old word but it"s still used sometimes in Literature or songs. "Đa" means a lot. "Tạ" means thank you. "Đa tạ" actually means "Thank you a lot".

"Cảm" is "to feel". So, "cảm tạ" is used to say "to feel grateful". Again, this phrase is rarely used in daily conversation.

5. Xin thực tâm cám ơn

"Chân thành" means sincerely. You can understand the sentence "Xin thực lòng cám ơn!" as the speaker can feel really thankful to the listener with all of his or her heart.

Examples Of Thank You In Different Situations

Thank you - Cảm ơn / Cám ơnThank you very much - Cám ơn chúng ta rất nhiềuThanks for your kind words - Cám ơn chúng ta vì các lời tốt đẹpThank you for coming - Cám ơn chúng ta đã đếnThank you for your consideration - Cám ơn chúng ta đã cân nặng nhắcThank you for your feedback - Cám ơn bình luận của bạnI really appreciate your help - Tôi thực sự rất cảm kíchI have learned a lot thanks lớn you - Tôi vẫn học được tương đối nhiều nhờ có bạn

Responses khổng lồ "Thank You" In Vietnamese

When someone thanks you, it is better khổng lồ respond to them than to be quiet. Lượt thích in English, you will say "you are welcome" or "no problem" when someone gives a thank you to lớn you. In Vietnamese, people will say one of the following phrases:

Không gồm chi / không tồn tại gì / tất cả gì đâu!

These phrases literally mean "no problem".

People sometimes say "OK" or "Uhm" when they talk with their friends or people whom they know well.

In a formal case, people will say "rất hân hạnh" which means "it"s my honor". For example, a hotel manager will say lớn the hotel"s guest "Rất vinh dự được đón chào quý khách!".

Saying thank you in Vietnamese khổng lồ a native Vietnamese person is necessary khổng lồ show your gratitude & respect for what he or she has done. Together with greeting Vietnamese people in their own language, you will definitely mở cửa up your chance to make friends with local people. Learn more Vietnamese common phrases from the Ling phầm mềm to prepare yourself for a trip lớn this beautiful country. You will be surprised by the fast progress you get from learning with the monkey app.