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Vietnam has Vietnamese as an official language that is spoken throughout the country. It has long history as well as the history of the country itself. Vietnam historically has had involvements with other foreign countries such as French, Russian, English and Khmer and these involvements are revealed in the language. Some words in Vietnamese are derived from other languages, for example, ‘thien tai’-means ‘natural disaster’- derived from Chinese and ‘pho mat’ -means ‘cheese’- derived from ‘fromage’ in French. There are dozens of languages spoken by various hilly ethnic minorities which can be marked into the three main dialects categorized by northern, central and southern regions. Most are similar however the pronunciations and accents can be so diverse that some locals sometime do not understand each other.
80% of Vietnamese is influenced by Chinese during the Chinese Rule since the beginning of first century and gradually accepted some French’s words into Vietnamese dictionary between 18th and 20 century. Vietnamese had been used Chinese characters in most official documents until fourteen century, when it was an creation of ‘cho nom’ followed by ‘quoc ngu’, a Romanized characters created by a French missionary in the seventeen century.