Vietnamese for foreigners
- Monday May 7th, 2018
- Posted by: Gia sư Quốc tế
- Category: Uncategorized
GSQT – Along with the process of integration, international cooperation and cultural exchanges are expanded, more and more foreigners come to Vietnam to study and work. The course of Vietnamese for foreigners is paid more attention.
When started learning Vietnamese, many people have difficulties in remembering Vietnamese alphabet with 29 letters including 12 single vowels, 3 double vowels, 17 single consonants and 9 double consonants. Some consonants such as kh, ng and ngh; double vowels and triple vowels make it not easy for learners to pronounce.
In addition, there are 6 different tones in Vietnamese. In Vietnamese, if using wrong tone to pronounce, it will lead to misunderstandings while in English, we can change the tone of speech without changing the meaning of words. Vietnamese has many homonyms and synonyms. Moreover, each region in Vietnam has its own accent and vocabulary. This causes challenges for learners, especially foreigners.
Many foreigners who come to Vietnam for their work or study often find it difficult to communicate with local people because not every Vietnamese is good at English. Vietnamese for foreigners course will help learners familiarize themselves with vocabulary and sentence patterns in Vietnamese, distinguish tones, practice reading, listening and speaking simple subjects. As a result, they could confidently communicate with local people.
To learn Vietnamese effectively, learners should memorize alphabets and how to combine vowels, consonants. Practicing pronunciation day by day is essential. Learners should talk to local people to develop their speaking skills.
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