Before we take a deep dive into Vietnamese conversations, let’s get some basics down. This lesson will teach you how to say hello, goodbye, see you tomorrow and other useful phrases in Vietnamese.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Vietnamese“.
Learn Vietnamese – Greetings
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Good morning! / Good Day!
chào buổi sáng
ngày tốt lành
chào buổi chiều
chào mừng trở lại
dài quá !
See you tomorrow!
hẹn gặp ngày mai
Get out of here!
ra khỏi đây
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