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Vietnamese translations by native speaking professionals

The Vietnamese language belongs to the Austro-Asian language family. Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam and is spoken by the majority of the population living there. About four million people who do not live in Vietnam speak this language outside of Vietnam. The Vietnamese language is a tonal language. A very high proportion of the vocabulary is of direct Chinese origin. The history of the Vietnamese language has not yet been clarified beyond doubt. Most likely it developed on the basis of a dialect spoken on the Red River. For centuries, Vietnam was ruled by the Chinese, who made Chinese the predominant official and standard language in Vietnam. Only after the end of Chinese rule in Vietnam did the Vietnamese language begin to flourish, and from then on, writers also wrote in Vietnamese. Do you also have texts that need to be translated into one of our 150 languages ​​or vice versa? Since we only use native speakers, we can guarantee the high quality of our translations at all times. Convince yourself and contact our experienced project managers. We look forward to you!

Costs for a translation into Vietnamese

Of course, we always calculate the prices for a translation individually, as each project differs from others in terms of size, degree of difficulty, delivery time and other things. We often also offer discounts, for example for large projects of 5000 words or more. Nevertheless, the prices on our website offer a good overview and can be understood as guidelines. The price per word for a translation from German into Vietnamese is CHF 0.44 per word.

The dialects

Vietnamese was influenced by the native language of the French colonists. French was the second official language in Vietnam, which led to numerous loanwords being adopted from French. The French colonial administration also officially introduced the Latin script in Vietnam. Vietnamese is spoken by almost all of the inland population today. Only a few national minorities speak their own dialects. Abroad, groups of speakers exist in the United States, Canada and Australia, France, Germany and Poland. Vietnamese has three main dialects. The North Vietnamese dialect, the so-called Tonkinese. The Central Vietnamese dialect, High Annamese and the South Vietnamese or Saigon dialect. The spelling of the Vietnamese language is largely based on the Hanoi dialect used in the north of the country. Most of the songs are also sung in the North Vietnamese dialect. Of course, you will not only receive translations of these types of text from us. We also translate special subject areas of the highest quality.

A tonal language

Since Vietnamese is a tonal language, the pitch and course of the tone of a syllable are meaningful. In the written language of Vietnamese, this must be expressed using so-called diacritical marks. Since Vietnamese is an isolating language, its words are not inflected, but the meaning of the word is made clear through its relationship to the other sentence components and through its position in the sentence structure. The sentence structure of Vietnamese follows the sequence subject, predicate, object. Vietnamese writing has traditionally been recorded in three writing systems. Initially in Chinese characters, later these were modified and adapted to the characteristics of the spoken Vietnamese. Finally the Latin script with the diacritical marks came into use. Today the Vietnamese writing is common in the country in unification in Latin letters and various diacritical marks. Numerous missionaries from Europe played a significant role in the development and adoption of this Latin script. We speak perfect Vietnamese and translate for you! Simply contact us by phone or email. We look forward to you!

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