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Is vietnamese language spoken anywhere?
Asked in Vietnam
What percentage of languages are spoken in Vietnam?
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Vietnam, Demographics
Which countries speak vietnamese?
Asked in Australia Literature and Language
What is the main language spoken in Australia?
English is the main language spoken in Australia, but it is not the official language, as Australia has no declared official language. English is spoken by 78.5% of Australia's population. After English, Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Mandarin and Vietnamese, in that order, are the most widely-spoken languages, and languages of most cultures are represented and spoken by Australians.
Asked in Literature and Language
Why do the vietnamese speak vietnamese?
Alexander de Rhodes used Roman Alphabet to create a language first called "National language". Before it was created, Vietnamese used Mandarin, Cantonese,... During the communist government's time, chairman of the country Ho Chi Minh encouraged National language to be spoken as Vietnam's official language, and it remains the official language until now. It was called Vietnamese by foreigners.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Los Angeles, Alberta
What language is mostly spoken in Florida?
What American Indian language was primarilly spoken by the Monacan?
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Nebraska
What languages are spoken in Nebraska?
Asked in History of Ireland, Ireland
Where is Irish spoken?
Speaking Irish, "Irish" is not a language. You mean Gaelic or as it is known in the language itself: Gaeilge. It can be spoken anywhere in Ireland, however, the Gaeltacht areas, which is where it is the main language, are generally on the west coast of Ireland, in places like Kerry, Galway and Donegal.
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What language is spoken by most people as their second language?
Asked in Vietnam, Languages and Cultures
What languages are spoken in Vietnam?
Vietnamese (tiếng Việt, or less commonly Việt ngữ) is the national and official language of Vietnam. In its early history, Vietnamese writing used Chinese characters. In the 13th century, the Vietnamese developed their own set of characters called Chữ nôm. The celebrated epic Đoạn trường tân thanh (Truyện Kiều or The Tale of Kieu) by Nguyễn Du was written in Chữ nôm. During the French colonial period,Quốc ngữ, the romanized Vietnamese alphabet used for spoken Vietnamese, which was developed in 17th century by Jesuit Alexandre De Rhodes and several other Catholic missionaries, became popular and brought literacy to the masses. Various other languages are spoken by several minority groups in Vietnam. The most common of these are Tày, Mường, Khmer, Chinese, Nùng, and H'Mông. The French language, a legacy of colonial rule, is still spoken by some older Vietnamese as a second language, but is losing its popularity. Vietnam nevertheless remains a full member of La Francophonie. Russian - and to a much lesser extent German, Czech, or Polish - is sometimes known among those whose families had ties with the Soviet bloc. In recent years, English is becoming more popular as a second language. English study is obligatory in most schools. Chinese and Japanese have also become more popular. Salut: The main language is, of course, Vietnamese. The other official language is French. Several other minor languages are spoken. Vietnamese as a first, also some Vietnamese people speak Chinese because they worked in China and some older ones speak a little French. Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese) is the name of their language. Many also speak English, especially the younger generations. French is another language that some Vietnamese have learned. To the ears of US servicemen, it sounded like a form of Chinese. Vietnam speaks vietnamese. The amount of Vietnamese that are bilingual are increasing but still quite an amount only speak Vietnamese. Those that are bilingual usually speak Vietnamese and English. Vietnam is a country and is incapable of speech. The official language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. No. Vietnamese was always the primary language. French was the secondary language because it was the French who colonized them. Most practiced reilgion in vietnam The official language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. Besides, there are many languages spoken in the minor ethnic groups English, Japanese, French, Chinese and Russian are optionally taught in junior and senior high schools but English is the most popular and is also taught in elementary schools. Vietnamese is the 1st most popular language, then English as the 2nd most popular language. Vietnamese. The official language of Vietnam is vietamese. Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt) is the official language, though there has been talk of it changing to English as of 2008. No. Vietnamese is the only official language. It was a second language during the war; if you can speak French, you can get around over there. Vietnamese is a Viet-Muong, Vietic, Mon-Khmer, Austro-Asiatic language. The official language is Vietnamese. French,a few English, and mostly Vietnamese the languages are chines budbud ,zingz,fangs, bobo,and 107 more yes The 4 most common lanquages spoken in Vietnam are -Vietnamese -Chinese, Yue -English -Thai Vietnamese speaks Vietnamese It's Vietnamese. Nowadays, most Vietnamese people speak "Vietnamese" or "Tieng Viet". For more information about the evolution of Vietnamese Language, visit [related links]. The official language is Vietnamese. The second language is English. Some speak Chinese, Khmer, and French. The language spoken is, and always has been Vietnamese. However for administrative purposes, classical Chinese was used. During French colonisation, French superseded Chinese. Following independence, Vietnamese was used officially in schools, universities and for official business. (For more info about who speaks Vietnamese and the evolution of Vietnamese Language, see the related link) Vietnamese Vietnamese people speak Vietnamese. There are different ethnic groups in Vietnam, so one person might possibly speak their ethnic groups' language plus Vietnamese. The national language of Vietnam is Vietnamese.