How to say two hours in Vietnamese: Hai Giờ


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How to say two hours in Vietnamese: Hai Giờ

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

To say two hours in Vietnamese: Hai Giờ
Say it out loud: “Hai Yuh

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Some more helpful words in our Vietnamese Time category:

business hours – Giờ Làm Việc  (Yuh Lam Vee-Ek)
day after tomorrow – Ngày Mốt  (Ngay Mote)
one hour – Một Giờ  (Mot Yuh)
this evening – Tối Nay  (Toy Ni)
this morning – Sáng Nay  (Sahng Nai)
today – Hôm Nay  (Hom Nai)
tomorrow – Ngày Mai  (Ngay My)
two hours – Hai Giờ  (Hai Yuh)
when? – Khi Nào?  (Khee Now?)
yesterday; last night – Hôm Qua; Tối Hôm Qua  (Hom Gwa; Toy Hom Kwah)
you got the time? – Bạn Có Rảnh Không?  (Ban Caw Ran Khom?)

And here’s how to say two hours in other languages!

Arabic–Sa'atan  (sa ha tan)
Chinese–Liǎng Gè Xiǎoshí  (Lyang Guh Shyao Shr)
Croatian–dva sata  (dvah sah tuh)
Czech–dvě hodiny  (duh vay hoe deeny)
Finnish–kaksi tuntia  (kaxih tuhn tia)
French–Deux heures  (dooz ayeh)
German–zwei stunden  (tsvy shtoon duhn)
Italian–Due ore  (doo way or ay)
Japanese–NI Jikan  (Nee Jee Kahn)
Korean–Du Sigan  (Doo Shi Gan)
Polish–dwie godziny  (dvie go jee' nee)
Portuguese–Duas Horas  (doo-aas oh ras)
Russian–dva chasa  (dvah che sah)
Spanish–dos horas  (dōs or us)
Swahili–masaa mawili  (ma sah mm wee lee)
Thai–Song Chua Mong  (song CHOO-ah mong)
Turkish–iki saat  (ee kay saht)
Vietnamese–Hai Giờ  (Hai Yuh)

'I'll be there in "two hours" (Hai Giờ). Or give me "two hours" (Hai Giờ). Our favorite, almost default time when we are making an appointment. Doesn't it sound even better when said in Vietnamese? What about other 'timely' phrases? Get them from the instant access to the Vietnamese Language Set.


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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