Tense and person in Japanese and English, by the singular-plural, but involves the inflections of the word, not the that the word itself is changed Vietnamese.
Past, present and future by a change in word order, and can represent a person difference.
Tone marks and alphabet
Thai Siamese character, Burmese Burmese character, Laos of Lao character.
It is often the words that use special characters in Southeast Asia, English similar to the Vietnamese, the alphabet is used.
F, J, W, not Z is used, is surprising that D is present two types from the point of view of pronunciation, is exactly the same as the English.
Because the same is denoted with a tone marks in such a manner that the Thai, looks at first glance very complex words, but in fact you of one of the easily recognized word for us Japanese.
Once upon a time was a Chinese characters
It is currently is Vietnamese, which is in alphabetical, in fact, in the language of Chinese origin, the old days as well as China and Japan, had been written in Chinese characters.
Long time ago, because it was the dominant region of China, at the time of Vietnam is the notation by the Chinese characters has been adopted.
The one from the remnants, the words of the pronunciation similar to the Japanese of the same Chinese characters there will be many.
It is the Vietnamese of Chinese origin, but in the 11th century has been developed a unique character named "chữ nôm".
However, since the writing system it has been difficult is very complex and learn, it seems did not Hiromara much.
Because words, but I was useless or too difficult.
Vietnam orthography (Chu Kwok Ngu)
Then, in the late 19th century, from the time that came under French rule, greatly influenced by Western culture, at the time of the 1945 Vietnam independence, the current notation (Kuokkugu) has been established as a national language.
At the time of the President, by the Ho Chi Minh president, in order to improve the literacy rate, established that the official notation in the alphabet was issued.
Referred to as the "orthography = Chu Kwok Ngu" the current notation plus the tone marks to the official notation.
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