Talk about sickness in Vietnamese – Bệnh tật | Learn Vietnamese Accent

Hello everyone, and welcome back to our channel! Today’s video is a crucial one, especially for those who wish to communicate about health in Vietnamese effectively. We’ll go through some common phrases used to inquire about someone’s health and how to respond appropriately using specific health-related vocabulary.

Watch Our Role Play

To start, we’ve demonstrated a short role play to show how these interactions typically happen in Vietnamese. Notice the questions and responses used to discuss health conditions.

Key Phrases for Discussing Health

1. Asking About Health To inquire about someone’s health in Vietnamese, you can use the following phrases:

  • “Bạn khỏe không?” (How are you?)
  • “Sức khỏe của bạn thế nào?” (How is your health?) These phrases are polite and commonly used in everyday conversation.

2. Answering Health Inquiries When responding about your health or someone else’s, use this structure:

  • “Tôi mệt mỏi.” (I am tired.)
  • “Tôi bị cảm.” (I have a cold.) These sentences start with the subject followed by the condition, providing a clear and concise health update.

Vocabulary for Discussing Diseases

Understanding how to describe various health conditions is essential. Here are some terms related to common ailments:

  • “Ho” (Cough)
  • “Sốt” (Fever)
  • “Đau đầu” (Headache)
  • “Đau bụng” (Stomachache)

Special Phrases

Sometimes, you might be asked specifically about changes in your health after taking medication:

  • “Bạn cảm thấy thế nào sau khi uống thuốc?” (How do you feel after taking the medicine?) This question is particularly useful in medical contexts or when caring for someone who is ill.

Conclusion and Further Learning

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