How do you say "thank you" in Vietnamese?

How do you say "thank you" in Vietnamese please give the pronunciation.

ex. Chao em - (CHOW AM)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Vietnamese: Cám ơn

    (Gahm uhn)

    This video should help with the pronunciation (although they wrote the it in a different style, there is actually no "g" sound in the phrase):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEEyDxdG6Gw

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    Source(s): I am part Vietnamese.
    • Minh2 years agoReport

      For a more detailed answer see also: https://www.vietnamspotlight.com/How-to-say-thank-you-in-Vietnamese

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  • soule
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Thank You In Vietnamese

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  • 5 years ago

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    How do you say "thank you" in Vietnamese?

    How do you say "thank you" in Vietnamese please give the pronunciation.

    ex. Chao em - (CHOW AM)

    Source(s): quot quot vietnamese: https://tr.im/vzHYr
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  • 5 years ago

    Cảm ơn (generally, rarely used in Vietnamese daily life).

    Cảm ơn em (Thank you to a person younger than you some years, same generation).

    Cảm ơn anh (Thank you to a male, some years older than you, same generation with you).

    Cảm ơn chị (Thank you to a female, some years older than you, same generation with you).

    (Con) cảm ơn bố (Thank you to your father).

    (Con) cảm ơn mẹ (Thank you to your mother).

    Cảm ơn chú (Thank you to a male, same as your father's generation but younger than your father)

    Cảm ơn cô (Thank you to a female, same as your mother's generation but younger than your mother).

    Cảm ơn bác (Thank you to a male or female older than you parents, same generation as your parents).

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    ...

    FOR MORE DETAILS AND TIPS TO REMEMBER YOU MAY SEE AT:

    http://www.howtospeakvietnamese.com/say-thank-viet...

    https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-6RAx7taiPuw/VUg...

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  • Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Cám ơn

    [kárm ern]

    Source(s): I'm Vietnamese
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