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Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam and is spoken by about 85 million people as their mother tongue and another 10 million people as a second language (e.g. in the People's Republic of China, Cambodia, Laos).
Due to the isolation of the country after the Vietnam War, Vietnamese is a linguistically less researched language.
Vietnamese belongs to the Vieti-Moung languages in the family of the Austroasiatic languages. Although there is no genetic relationship to Chinese, its vocabulary consists a large number of words of Chinese origin.
Vietnamese is a tone language and at the same time a monosyllabic language: the smallest unit consists of only one syllable.
There are three main dialects in Vietnamese: the Hanoi dialect in northern Vietnam, the Hue dialect in central Vietnam and the Saigon dialect in the south of the country. The dialects differ mainly in pronunciation and vocabulary, they are all grammatically identical. The speakers of one dialect understand the speakers of the other dialect, as long as they are proficient in the pronunciation and choice of words of the other dialect. In pronunciation, the differences are mainly in the pronunciation of the sounds.
The North Vietnamese Hanoi dialect has established itself in the media as well as in the dubbing of e-learnings, image films, etc.
Vietnamese grammar is logical and not complex: there is no flexion, no gender, no direct articles and no difficult plural forms. The sentence structure follows the SVO scheme (subject verb object), like for example in English, German or French.
Voice over recordings in Vietnamese are carried out in professional recording studios located in Vietnam or Thailand. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Vietnamese language and are trained professional voice talents.