How to say thank you in Vietnamese: Cảm Ơn

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How to say thank you in Vietnamese: Cảm Ơn

Learning Vietnamese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say thank you in Vietnamese: Cảm Ơn
Say it out loud: “Kam Uhn

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Some more helpful words in our Vietnamese Courtesy/Questions category:

...the bathroom – Nhà Tắm  (Nya Tahm)
come with me – Đi Với Tôi  (Di Vuhy Toy)
do you speak english? – Bạn Có Nói Tiếng Anh Không?  (Ban Caw Noi Tien Anh Khom?)
excellent – Tuyệt Vời  (Dweeit Vuhy)
excuse me – Xin Lổi  (Sin Loy)
good / bad – Tốt / Xấu  (Tow / Sao)
how do you say…? – Bạn Nói Như Thế Nào …  (Ban Noy New Te Now)
how much is this? – Bao Nhiêu?  (Bao Nyoo)
may I? (point at chair, door) – Tôi Có Thể...?  (Toy Caw Te…?)
maybe – Có Thể  (Caw Te)
no problem – Không Vấn Đề Gì  (Khom Vuhn De Yee)
please – Làm Ơn  (Lam Uhn)
sorry – Xin Lỗi  (Sin Loy)
thank you – Cảm Ơn  (Kam Uhn)
what is that? – Cái Gì Vậy?  (Kay Yee Vuhy)
where is… – ...Ở Đâu?  (...Uh Dow?)
yes / no – Có / Không  (Caw / Kom)
you are welcome – Không Có Chi  (Khom Caw Chee)

And here’s how to say thank you in other languages!

Arabic–Shukran lak  (shuk ran lak)
Chinese–Xièxiè!  (Shiye Shiye!)
Croatian–hvala  (hvah luh)
Czech–Děkuji  (DYA kwee)
Finnish–kiitos  (kee eh tos)
French–Merci  (mehr see)
German–danke  (dahn kuh)
Italian–grazie  (gratz ee eh)
Japanese–Arigato Gozaimasu  (Ah Ree Gah Tow Goh Zai Mass)
Korean–Gamsahapnida.  (Gam Sa Ham Ni Da.)
Polish–dziękuję  (jen koo' yeh)
Portuguese–Muito Obrigado/a  (moo-ee too oh bree gah doo/dah)
Russian–Spasibo  (Spah сee bah)
Spanish–gracias  (grah see ahs)
Swahili–ahsante  (ah sahn tay)
Thai–Khop Khun Khrap/Kha  (kop koon krahp/KAH)
Turkish–teşekkür ederim  (teh shake kur' dur im)
Vietnamese–Cảm Ơn  (Kam Uhn)

The phrase "thank you" (Cảm Ơn) is perhaps the most important thing to learn in Vietnamese or any other language. Showing gratitude for a simple act, like explaining directions, serving food, help with luggage, is among the most valuable means of connecting with others in a foreign culture. If you have the option of learning multiple versions of "thank you", such as a formal means of saying it and a more casual version, learn both and learn what situations to use each version.

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Dang Van Tram
Biography: Hi, my name is Tram. I am originally from Quang Ngai City in central Vietnam, and now am living and working in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam as a freelancer. I have a couple vacation apartment rentals in HCMC hosted on AirBNB.
Born: Quang Ngai City, Vietnam
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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