Learning Vietnamese

Episode 13 · November 9th, 2018 · 28 mins 24 secs

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How easy is it to get started learning Vietnamese? If you're curious about the language spoken by around 75 million, the first episode of Season 2 of Language Stories is for you.

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Episode Links

  • Omniglot — Vietnamese language and writing information.
  • CJV Lang — A good overview of the Vietnamese writing system and alphabet.
  • More Vietnamese — Lots of helpful blog posts for learning Vietnamese. This is a good introduction to tones.
  • 123Vietnamese — This video will help you to get to grips with the Vietnamese tone system.
  • Babel - Gaston Dorren — Gaston Dorren's new book, Babel on Amazon (affiliate link)