If you’re learning Vietnamese, you probably know that, first of all, Vietnamese is a tonal language and, second of all, the pronoun system is quite complicated. We use family-based pronouns such as anh (older brother), chị (older sister), em (younger sibling), cô (auntie), chú (uncle) etc. to address individuals of various age groups and sexes, and when talking to friends of about the same age, we use neutral pronouns such as tôi/mình/tớ (I) and bạn/cậu (you). You know that, huh? Are you? All right !

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