CLASSIFIER FOR VIETNAMESE In Vietnamese, nouns require the counting of classifier words, like many Asian languages. “In Vietnamese, where we say “two boxes” in English, they say “hai cái hộp,” translated as “two thing-classifier box.   “Vietnamese is “một ly cà phê” or “one glass/classifier coffee” for “one cup of coffee.Continue Reading

Description For centuries, but only in spoken form for most of the earlier years, the Vietnamese language (in Vietnamese: Tiếng Việt, or Tieng Viet without accent marks) has existed. Classical Chinese (~9th =>13th Century), Chữ Nôm (13th => 17th) and Romanized script (17th => Present) were the writing systems usedContinue Reading

The Introduction to the Vietnamese Language has provided you with the most significant features of the entire language. We will learn the most important grammatical characteristics of the Vietnamese language in this very first lesson of the Express Grammar Course, especially when compared with English. Vietnamese Structure of Sentence WeContinue Reading

Introduction to Typing Vietnamese Learning to type Vietnamese is learning to type its alphabet and (or more correctly diacritics) its 5 accent marks. Below is the full Vietnamese Alphabet and the 5 accent marks: Vietnamese alphabet a, ă, â, b, c, d, đ, e, ê, g, h, i, k, l,Continue Reading

In this lesson, we’ll learn how to write Vietnamese by quickly learning the most fundamental and useful knowledge about Vietnamese words. The next lesson on how to speak Vietnamese would give you the other half of the picture. The Alphabet of Vietnam The alphabet, the collection of letters or symbolsContinue Reading