Bà & Ông are key words to know in Vietnamese, in order to speak politely to elderly people. Listen to the properly pronunciation
“You” is commonly translated as bạn in Vietnamese. But, there are numerous second-person pronouns, varying by age, sex and familiarity
There is no single word for “he” or “she” in Vietnamese. There are a variety of words based on age and sex and reference family-members.
Vietnam has a complex system of polite speech, including special pronouns, age- and sex-specific speech, and even different vocabularies.
Đi đi mau translates to “go go, quickly!” in Vietnamese, like “Let’s go!” in English, or “Hurry up! Let’s move!”
Uncle and Aunt are polite words used to refer to elder strangers, like “sir”/ “madam”. However, Vietnamese has more than 6 words for aunt & uncle.
“Anh ơi” means “Hey, excuse me Mister”, but only for males with 15 years of your age. Vietnamese has complex pronoun rules based on age.