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Vietnamese Lessons

Homepage Alphabet Numbers
Vocabulary Phrases Translation
Dictionary Audio Keyboard
Colors Numbers Body
Time Days Food
Animals Places Objects
Clothes Nature Weather
People Phrases Words
Adjectives Adverbs Nouns
Articles Pronouns Plural
Feminine Verbs Prepositions
Negation Questions Videos
Reading Transliteration Quiz

Vietnamese belongs to the Mon-Khmer family and is spoken by 65 million people. Its linguistic affiliation, however is uncertain, and though it is sometimes thought to be distantly related to Chinese, this remains to be proven. Like Chinese, Vietnamese is a tonal language and it has borrowed nearly half of its vocabulary from the Chinese. The Vietnamese alphabet was devised in the 17th century by Catholic missionaries. It contains a complex system of diacritical marks, some distinguishing certain vowel sounds, others indicating tone. It is also an important immigration language, especially in the US. The people are called "Kinh".

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