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17:38 Aug 22, 2001
English to Vietnamese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: how are you doing?
how are you doing?

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na{pronoun} Khỏe không?
Shane Wall
naAnh có khoe không?



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Anh có khoe không?

In Vietnamese, you would ask "Anh có khoe không?" if you are speaking to a male. If you are speaking to a female, you would say, "Chi có khoe không?"
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{pronoun} Khỏe không?

Vietnamese has a myriad personal pronouns, but the following are the most commonly used:
(You will need Unicode to view the diacritic marks correctly)
Ông = an old man (i.e. your grandfather's age; also formal for Mr.)
Bà = an old woman (i.e. your grandmother's age; formal for Mrs.)
Anh = man older than you
Chị = woman older than you
Em = male/femal younger than you

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Shane Wall
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