You’re welcome

How do you say “You’re welcome” in Vietnamese?

You’re welcome:

  • Không có chi ạ (ạ makes it sound more respectful if the listener is of higher social status.)
  • Không có gì đâu ạ. (ạ makes it sound more respectful if the listener is of higher social status.)
  • Có gì đâu, chuyện nhỏ mà (Nothing at all, small stuff, used between peers, mostly young people)
  • Ơn nghĩa gì (Don’t thank me, it’s no no big deal, used more commonly among middle-aged or older people the rural South)

All those responses can begin with the word “Dạ” to sound more respectful if the listener is older or of a higher social status.