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Whether you are looking for Vietnamese translations, learning Vietnamese online, or plan to enrol yourself in an Vietnamese language course, our Vietnamese to English dictionary is always being updated with new Vietnamese words which makes an excellent supplement for those trying to learn to speak Vietnamese.

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For those looking to improve on your basic Vietnamese vocabulary - especially when it comes to learning greetings in Vietnamese and the Vietnamese good byes, you may find this page useful.

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With a little help, everyone can learn to give the proper Vietnamese greetings or good byes with our Vietnamese to English greetings dictionary! Scroll down for our full list of Vietnamese greeting translations.

View this list of common Vietnamese phrases with translations from: Vietnamese to English or English to Vietnamese
Làm ơn - Please

Cảm ơn (Gahm uhn) - Thank you

Không sao đâu - You're welcome

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Some Useful Learning Materials

Vietnamese, Quick & Simple: Learn to Speak and Understand Vietnamese with Pimsleur Language Programs

If you want to get a good handle on Vietnamese pronunciation, this CD set is for you. Like other Pimsleur programs, this set offers a lot of repetition, which can be very helpful when you are trying to speak a new language. Unfortunately, it doesn’t teach you all that much, but it does give you a nice small set of vocabulary words to get you started. Plus, it teaches you the basics of how to use those words in various Vietnamese phrases, so you’ll be able to start talking real Vietnamese right away. A word of caution though – the speakers on the Audio CDs only use the Northern Vietnamese dialect (Ha Noi), so if you plan to travel in the South, this might not be all that helpful. For those of you who already know a little Vietnamese, Pimleur's Comprehensive Vietnamese might be more helpful to you.

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Vietnamese for Beginners - Second Edition

For those of you who want to learn the Southern Vietnamese dialect (Sai Gon), this book is for you. It contains a nice selection of vocabulary, plus provides a very nice explanation for Vietnamese grammar. Unfortunately, the book and the Audio CDs are sold separately, so if you want to get the full benefits from this set, you’ll have to purchase them both. All the material from the Audio CDs is covered in the book, while the book provides more a in-depth learning experience than the CDs.

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Do you know how to speak Vietnamese? Perhaps you can send in some translations to help the visitors of this site. Below are a list of words and phrases that people are looking to be translated from English to Vietnamese:

How are you?
How are you sister?

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