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1 USD(us dollar) bisanya itu berkisar dari 8.900 - 10.000. tergantung market(nilai tukarnya)
80% is still agriculture, however manufacturing and fishing are growing fast.
There is no official sport of Vietnam, but the most popular sport is association football (known to some as soccer). In addition, the country has a growing community in cricket, rugby, and badmitton.
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The Tet Offensive (1968) was a military failure for the NVA, but a political success for North Vietnam. The reason is because up to the Tet Offensive, the US Presidential Administration had been proclaiming that the Communists were weak, under-supplied, disorganized, and low in morale. The Tet Offensive completely proved them wrong, you have a near-simultaneous uprising against US and South Vietnamese targets (military barracks, airfields, administration units, even the US embassy in Saigon was overrun and in North Vietnamese hands for a few hours).
While all the NVA/Viet Cong attackers in each case were eventually killed, taken prisoner, or driven off, the incident shook not only the credibility of the US Administration, but also proved to the world that the NVA and Viet Cong still had lots of fight left. Two years later, the Nixon administration decided to start the gradual withdrawal of American troops, eventually the South Vietnamese ARVN (Army, Republic of Vietnam) was unable to withstand the onslaught of NVA and Viet Cong attacks. The war ended in April 1975 with the NVA marching into Saigon and the last helicopter lifting off the roof of the American Embassy.
There are no true deserts in Vietnam.
Indochina was a French colony, so the official language of administration was French. The native peoples of Indochina had a wide variety of languages. The Vietnamese, who were the largest Indochinese population, spoke Vietnamese, which is an Austroasiatic language. Khmer, the dominant language of Cambodia is also Austroasiatic. Lao, which is dominant in Laos is a Tai-Kadai Language. There were also ethnic minorities who spoke Sino-Tibetan Languages, Austronesian Languages, and Hmong-Mien Languages.
Lao Cai or Sa Pa. Usually high up on the mountains next to the border of China.
"Xin chÃ o" or just "chÃ o".
chÃ o báº¡n OR chÃ o
if you're more or less at the same age or you're especially close. chÃ o anh if the person is older than you and is male chÃ o chá»� older, and is female chÃ o em if the person is younger, for both male and female
you can say" Em yeu co " if your teacher is female and " Em yeu thay " if your teacher is male :)
here is the answer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ho_Chi_Minh_City
"Saigon" is the former name of Ho Chi Minh City, and is the largest city in Vietnam.
At one time the largest city in Asia, "Saigon" was the capital of South Vietnam from 1954 to 1976. In 1976, after the reunification of the North Vietnam and the South Vietnam, the name "Saigon" was changed to Ho Chi Minh city. "Ho Chi Minh" is the name of a Vietnam's great hero.
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They returned to the US in 1973 when US involvement in Vietnam officially ended as part of a peace treaty.
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.
Vietnamese was always the primary language.
French was the secondary language because it was the French who colonized them.
Most practiced reilgion in vietnam
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.
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
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The 4 most common lanquages spoken in Vietnam are
Vietnamese speaks 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 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.
The North Vietnamese Air Force has recorded 16 aerial aces from the Vietnam War; however the US recognizes about 3 North Vietnamese pilots as aces. An Ace is a pilot that has scored a minimum of 5 aerial kills during air to air combat (dog-fighting). The US had 2 confirmed aces during the war; Ritchie and Cunningham, both flew the US F4 Phantom jet. North Vietnamese airmen flew MIG-17's, MIG-19's, and MIG-21's. NVAF pilot MAJ. Pham Tuan, flying a MIG-21, reportedly shot down a USAF B-52 on 26 December 1972 with an air to air missile; the USAF verifies a B-52 lost that date, but to a SAM (Surface to Air Missile). If Major Tuan's aerial kill can be verified, he would be history's only airman to have shot down a B-52 Stratofortress bomber in aerial warfare. MAJ. Tuan was Vietnam's first Cosmonaut, when he and Soviet Cosmonaut Viktor Gorbatko were launched into space from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on 23 July 1980.
Tra my is just a name in vietnamese. If you had symbols on the name, it might have a meaning but not all names have a meaning. For example, if your name was trà my, the trà means tea but the my part has no meaning that I know of. My vietnamese name doesn't have a meaning. It's simply a name I was given at birth.
The Vietnamese government officially announced that Vietnam provided visa-on-arrivals at international airports and border crossing points for all international travelers. Vu The Binh, head of the travel department of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), officially gave the information to reporters.
Visa on arrival will save you at least 20% over getting a same one at embassy.
There will be no consulate fee, time fee as well as no transportation fee to visit the Vietnam embassy. There will be no postage fee as everythingis done over email.
There are two kinds of fee for both Visa on arrival (pick up at the airport) and Visa code (pick up at the Embassy): service fee and stamping fee.
The service fee will be paid us online in USD through OnePay. This service fee will be used to progress your visa approval letter.
Kinds of visa
Service fee/pax (USD)
Visa on arrival/code -1 month single
Visa on arrival/code -1 month multiple
Visa on arrival/code -3 months single
Visa on arrival/code -3 months multiple
NORMAL PROCESSING service fee: GUARANTEED 2-3 working days.
URGENT PROCESSING service fee: GUARANTEED 1 working day (plus 10 USD/pax).
Documents needed to process a visa for you, we need the following information:
1. Your title (Mr./Mrs./Ms.)
2. Your name exactly as it appears in your passport
2. Date of birth
5. Passport No. (valid at least 06 months)
6. Date of Passport issuance
7. Date of Passport expiration
8. Proposed date of arrival
9. Flight Ref.
10. Port of arrival - Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) or other
11. Purpose of visit (Vacation/Business/Visit family)
12. Type of service (Visa approval code or Visa on arrival)
13. The city at which a Vietnam embassy or consulate is located, where you plan to get the visa (only for visa approval code type)
The stamping fee
Visa on arrival: You will pay this stamping fee at the Vietnam airport to get your passport stamped. Your approval letter will be the legal evidence to show the airport Officer that you are allowed to legally enter Vietnam by the Vietnam Immigration Department.
Visa code: You will pay this fee directly at the Vietnam Embassy in your country to get your passport stamped. This fee will be different from country to country.
Kinds of visa on arrival
Stamping fee/pax (USD)
1 month single
1 month multiple
3 months single
3 months multiple
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The distance between Los Angeles and Bangkok, Thailand is 8263 miles (13298 km).
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Hanoi (21°2′N 105°51′E) is the capital of Vietnam. It lies in the blue river Delta in Vietnam's central north. As of the end of 2007, Hanoi had a population of 3.4 million. Hanoi has been the capital city of the country for almost 1000 years.
Its name has been changed several times, variously including Dai La, Thang Long, Dong Do and Ha Noi. Hanoi is commonly confused with Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon, which is another popular, crowded city.
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