1. Chúc mừng năm mới. This is the standard way of saying “Happy New Year” in Vietnamese, especially during your visit to others’ homes, or right after the countdown. You can use it to wish everyone, including your family members, relatives, boss, co-workers, and friends.
How do you wish someone a Happy Chinese New Year in Vietnamese?
1. Say “Happy New Year” in any language that you can when you see a Vietnamese or an Asian person. In Vietnamese, it is “Chuc Mung Nam Moi,” with a big smile!
What do you say on Tet?
Give good luck wishes
“Sức khỏe dồi dào” (Extremely good health) and “Tiền vô như nước” (Money coming in like water) are two of the most popular wishes shared among relatives and friends during the holiday. Practice the wishes and say them to everyone you meet with a big smile, in order to bring them good luck.
What do I need for Vietnamese New Year?
The popular presents are cookies, chocolates, fruit baskets, wine, soft drinks or other kinds of treats. Usually, people can buy a pack of gifts in the shops which includes many different kinds of food. If you have a Vietnamese business partner, take this opportunity to enhance the relationships.
Do they celebrate New Years in Vietnam?
Tet Nguyen Dan, shortened to Tet, is Vietnam’s Lunar New Year and is the most important annual celebration and public holiday in Vietnam spanning nine days. Tet celebrates the beginning of a new year as well the coming of spring.
How do you say wish you good health in Vietnamese?
Both “sức khoẻ dồi dào” and “dồi dào sức khoẻ” have the same meaning “wishing a good health”.
How do you say Happy New Year in all languages?
Here’s how to say Happy New Year in different languages.
- French – Bonne Année.
- Spanish – ¡ Feliz Año Nuevo!
- Welsh – Blwyddyn Newydd Dda.
- Italian – Buon anno.
- German – Frohes Neues Jahr.
- Dutch – Gelukkig Nieuwjaar.
- Icelandic – Gleðilegt nýtt ár.