[Audio] How to Say Thanks, Thank You, Thank You Very Much & You’re Welcome in Vietnamese?

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In the previous article, you knew how to say hello in Vietnamese. The next, if someone helps you, and you want to say thank you, how to say that? Of couse, most of Vietnamese people (from child to oldster) can understand the word “thank you”, but they will be more excited if you say their language. So how to say thank you in Vietnamese?

[Audio] Thank You in Vietnamese. How to Say Thank You in Vietnamese?

How do you say thank you in Vietnamese?

Basically, “thank you” and “thanks” are same in Vietnamese, both mean “c?m ?n”:?

“C?m??n” again and slower:

“C?m ?n” is usually used in informal situation. For the formal, just add “xin” at the first of word – “xin c?m ?n”:

The word “xin” has no meaning, but Vietnamese usually add this word at first or last of a phrase to express the respect to other.?“Xin c?m ?n” is usually used in bussiness, or say thanks to someone many years older than you, or has high status in society.

How to say thank you very much in Vietnamese?

How about thank you very much? In Vietnamese, “very much” means “r?t nhi?u”, so you add “r?t nhi?u” after “c?m ?n” – “c?m ?n r?t nhi?u”:?

Again and slower:

“C?m ?n r?t nhi?u” is very formal in Vietnamese, but if you want to?express more gratitude, just add “xin” at first of the phrase (like “c?m ?n”) – “Xin c?m ?n r?t nhi?u”:?

In fact, we rarely say “c?m ?n r?t nhi?u” or “xin c?m ?n r?t nhi?u” in daily comunication, both are not natural. So you just need to say “thank you” – ?“c?m ?n” (informal) or “xin c?m ?n” (informal).

How to say you’re welcome in Vietnamese?

In English, when someone says thanks to you, you will say “you are welcome”. So how to say that in Vietnamese??When someone says “c?m ?n” to you, you can say “kh?ng có gì” (for both formal and infomal):

Again and slower:

If translating word by word, “kh?ng có gì” means “it’s nothing”, but you can?understand it means “you’re welcome” in Vietnamese.

Conclusion

“C?m ?n” may be pretty hard to say for a foreigner, especially Westerner. So for easier, you can say “cám ?n”, instead of “c?m ?n”.

Both words have same meaning. “C?m ?n” is the correct way of speaking,?but “Cám ?n”?is easier and faster to say in daily conversation.?So you can choose any word you like!

[Audio] How to Say Thanks, Thank You, Thank You Very Much & You’re Welcome in Vietnamese?
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