Date & Time in Vietnamese

Date & Time in Vietnamese 2017-07-03T14:26:19+00:00

Alright, now it’s time to learn some vocabulary related to date and time. This lesson will teach you how the days of the week, months, seasons and times of day are called in Vietnamese.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Vietnamese“.

Date & time in Vietnamese

Days of the week

EnglishVietnamesePronunciation
(Audio)
Monday
thứ hai
Tuesday
thứ ba
Wednesday
thứ tư
Thursday
thứ năm
Friday
thứ sáu
Saturday
thứ bảy
Sunday
chủ nhật
Weekend
cuối tuần
on Monday
vào thứ hai
on Tuesday
vào thứ ba
on Wednesday
vào thứ tư
on Thursday
vào thứ năm
on Friday
vào thứ sáu
on Saturday
vào thứ bảy
on Sunday
vào chủ nhật
at the weekend
vào cuối tuần
on Mondays
vào những ngày thứ hai
on Tuesdays
vào những ngày thứ ba
on Wednesdays
vào những ngày thứ tư
on Thursdays
vào những ngày thứ năm
on Fridays
vào những ngày thứ sáu
on Saturdays
vào những ngày thứ bảy
on Sundays
vào những ngày chủ nhật
at Weekends
vào những ngày cuối tuần

Months

EnglishVietnamesePronunciation
(Audio)
January
tháng một
February
tháng hai
March
tháng ba
April
tháng bốn
May
tháng năm
June
tháng sáu
July
tháng bảy
August
tháng tám
September
tháng chín
October
tháng mười
November
tháng mười một
December
tháng mười hai

Seasons

EnglishVietnamesePronunciation
(Audio)
Spring
mùa xuân
Summer
mùa hè
Autumn / Fall
mùa thu
Winter
mùa đông

Times of Day

EnglishVietnamesePronunciation
(Audio)
morning
buổi sáng
forenoon
trước trưa
noon
buổi trưa
afternoon
buổi chiều
evening
buổi tối
night
đêm
midnight
giữa đêm

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