Decoded Slug: The phrase 'Không dám'

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The phrase 'Không dám'

The phrase 'Không dám'

Short explanation:

It's a modest way of responding to a compliment or a form of extreme politeness.

Formation:

The phrase 'không dám' does not need to follow or precede any specific word or phrase. It can stand alone as a response.

Examples:

Bạn thực sự rất giỏi trong việc giải quyết những vấn đề lớn. (Trả lời: Không dám!)
You're really good at solving big problems. (Response: I don't dare!)
Bạn thật tuyệt vời khi giúp tôi hoàn thành dự án này. (Trả lời: Không dám!)
You are amazing for helping me complete this project. (Response: I dare not!)
Bản phân tích của bạn rất sắc bén. (Trả lời: Không dám!)
Your analysis is very sharp. (Response: I humble myself!)
Công việc của bạn thật xuất sắc. (Trả lời: Không dám!)
Your work is excellent. (Response: I dare not claim so!)

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese phrase 'không dám' is generally used as a humble response to a compliment or praise. It's often translated to English as 'I dare not' or 'I don't dare.' It's an example of Vietnamese politeness and modesty in language.
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