Pronunciation of Written Vietnamese, Part 3: Tones

Pronunciation of Written Vietnamese, Part 3: Tones

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Pronunciation of Written Vietnamese in former RVN (based on Standard Vietnamese used in the South, 1954-1975).



Part of the fun of traveling is understanding the local culture. This blog helps you know about written Vietnamese and pronunciate it to communicate with Vietnamese.

1. Standard Vietnamese sounds.

The Standard Pronunciation of Vietnamese Language in Republic of Vietnam, 1956-1975 have been made based on the hearing of the pronunciation by readers on Radio and TV broadcast programs, the lyrics from songs produced during that period and from actual conversations with many many people I met from most parts of that country. That language had been successfully used for communication in that country. Here are the results of my transcription which may help future people find out the actual pronunciation of people in now defunct Republic of Vietnam (1956-1975, commonly known as South Vietnam) if they ever need to restore the language.

2. The tones in Vietnamese

Wsetern foreigners often consider the tones a big obstacle in learning to speak Vietnamese. The tones from Westerners are often quite distinct from those of native Vietnamese. The reason is that Vietnamese is often spoken like a short passage of music and few people have expected that. The following pdf show how to pronounce the Vietnamese tones using musical concepts.

Pronouncing-the-tone-of-vietnamese-words-1 pdf Download


The pages in reduced size are given below:



References

[1]. Pronunciation of Written Vietnamese, Part 2: Consonants

[2]. Pronunciation of Written Vietnamese in former RVN


[3]. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vietnamese_language


[4]. https://vi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%E1%BB%AF_Qu%E1%BB%91c_ng%E1%BB%AF

[5]. https://www.internationalphoneticalphabet.org/ipa-sounds/ipa-chart-with-sounds/

[6]. https://www.ipachart.com/

[7]. https://www.antimoon.com/how/pronunc-soundsipa.htm

[8]. https://www.thoughtco.com/understanding-the-french-language-using-ipa-4080307


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