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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Can you make a short Vietnamese sentence saying 'Xin'?

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Tuesday at 09:38 AM
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Hi Holger,

Thanks for pointing out the duplicate in our audio. We will get it fixed asap.

Regarding your sample sentence: "Please that tea"- xin cái đó trà. "Tea" is a non-countable noun and since "cái" is usually used for countable nouns, so in this case "cái" is not applicable for "trà". "Please that tea" can be said in Vietnamese as "Làm ơn cho tôi xin ít trà" ("Please give me a bit of tea").

Also the capital C in "Xin Cái đó" is a typo. Good catch! Sorry about this.

Please let us know if we can answer any other questions. We are loving your posts!



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Monday at 09:36 AM
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I forgot to ask in my post:

And why is Cái written with a big C?

Cảm ơn.

Monday at 09:34 AM
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A sentence with xin:

Tôi xin lỗi.

Can I say: Please that tea, like below?

xin cái đó trà.

Here's a mistake in the audio lesson:

(Xin) Cái này.

Xin Cái đó.

both times the female speaker says: Xin Cái đó.