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Once you figure out their age and sex, they may have you use one of the above terms, or simply be amiable and ask you to call them "Ban", or "friend".For simplicity, however, many phrases below are are translated without the relevant terms for you and/or your listener: For example, "How are you" is literally translated as "Healthy or not?Many of the terms have a literal meaning of family relationships, though they are used for all people on all occasions.Options include: Choose one from the list to represent yourself, and one to represent the person you are talking to, depending on sex and relative age.Using "Cô" instead of "Bà" implies that you are giving her the benefit of your lack of knowledge about her.Thus, if she feels the need, she will (as a result of your flattery and politeness) correct you to use the mature "Bà" or the gender-disregarding term for an adult who is anywhere in their late thirties to fifties, "Bac" which is equivalent to "Sir" or "Madam".For example, instead of saying "I think you are very beautiful" to a girl you like, you might say, "This older male thinks you (the younger female) very beautiful" or abridge it to "You (the younger female) are very beautiful." There is always an overt implication in how you address someone according to their age and sex.To Western ears, talking in the third person sounds stilted and pretentious, but to Vietnamese ears, it is the social norm.
Nonetheless, even between natural Vietnamese people, it can get awkward when you try to figure out how to address someone who appears to be the same sex and, as far as you can tell, about the same age as you.Are you attracted to Vietnamese people or are you looking to meet people in Vietnam? Viet Social is the best free dating app to connect with Vietnamese singles or to meet Viet singles from around the world.Viet Social is a great way to meet people around you in Vietnam, make new friends and mingle with them, or to find lasting relationships and even for marriage! Whether you are looking to see Vietnamese girls and their ‘Ao Dai’ or you’re looking for a friend during your stay in Vietnam, Viet Social will have someone for you!It is roughly equivalent to the pronoun "Omae" in Japanese.Consider it the extreme version of misusing "Toi" in place of "Vous" in French, except there is no equivalent of "Vous" in Vietnamese.