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We call those are simple magic Vietnamese words that makes any Saigonese smile to chat with you. You could have heard that Vietnamese words... VIETNAMESE WORDS MAKE THE LOCAL SMILE

We call those are simple magic Vietnamese words that makes any Saigonese smile to chat with you.

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You could have heard that Vietnamese words has six tones, for example a á à ả ã ạ, each one create distinctive pronunciation and meaning. We understand your concern, therefore we insert a link of Google translate so you are able to listen how to say those Vietnamese words.

Let’s get started.

  • ơi (interjection)
    • What it means: it means nothing, just a simple but enchanting word help you get someone’s attention
    • How to use it: say ơi behind any personal pronoun.
    • For instance: “anh ơi” (hey, bro); em ơi (hey, babe)
  • cưng (noun)
    • What it means: sweetheart, honey, baby
    • How to use it: To call a female you are younger than you, or call a child
    • For instance: “chào cưng” (hello sweetheart); “Bái bai cưng” (bye bye baby)
  • cưng (adjective)
    • What it means: cute
    • How to use it: Use as cute, but only to younger people
    • For instance: “nhìn thấy cưng” (look cute); “con cưng” (beloved child)
  • đại ca/anh hai (noun)
    • What it means: big brother
    • How to use it: to call a man who are maximum 10 years older than you
    • For instance: “nhậu không đại ca” (wanna drink, big bro?); “cà phê đi đại ca” (let’s drink coffee, big bro)
  • đi nhậu (verb)
    • What it means: hang out for a beer
    • How to use it: to invite someone going somewhere for drinking
    • For instance: “nhậu không đại ca” (wanna drink, big bro); “nhậu không cưng” (wanna beer, babe?)
  • quá (adverb)
  • nhé/nhe/nha/đi mà (interjection)
    • What it means: please
    • How to use it: use as “please”, but in an informal and appealing way, asking someone to do something, it usually is said in the end of a request.
    • For instance: “giúp em nha” (help me please), “dậy đi mà” (wake up please)
  • thương (verb)
    • What it means: something between “like” and “love”, caring tenderly, thương is to show that you love someone sincerely
    • How to use it: use as “love”, but tenderly
    • For instance: “ba thương con” (papa love you), “mẹ thương con” (mama love you)

Kết quả hình ảnh cho vietnamese thương word

  • biết chết liền (phrase)
    • What it means: I don’t know, but in a funny exaggerated way (I’d have died if I knew it)
    • How to use it: when you want to express that you don’t know
  • dạ (adverb)
    • What it means: yea, yeah, excuse me
    • How to use it: start any sentence with older people
    • For instance: “dạ, em đang nghe” (yes, i’m listening); “dạ, cho con 1 tô phở” (excuse me, could you give me a bowl of pho)
  • lầy/chơi lầy (phrase)
    • What it means: no fair play, tricky
    • How to use it: to funnily describe someone is joking tricky or overly
    • For instance: “cưng chơi lầy quá” (you are too tricky, babe); “thánh lầy” (the saint of playing trick)
  • đi quẩy (phrase)
  • sống ảo (phrase)
    • What it means: virtual living, selfie
    • How to use it: Actually, it’s just joking the activity of publishing status on social media too much, or talk about selfie, but it’s a negative phrase to someone, be careful.
    • For instance: “bí quyết sống ảo” (selfie tips)

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