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Here are some interesting facts about Vietnamese

Like many other languages in Southeast Asia, Vietnamese is a tonal language with 6 or 7 tones, depending on whom you ask.

Conveniently for the hordes of tourists who visit Vietnam every year, the language is written in the Latin script.

For a long time, Vietnamese existed only as a spoken language. The written language in use today owes much to missionaries of the 17th and 18th centuries who helped develop it.

Although it is written in the Latin script, Vietnamese makes use of different symbols to carry meaning and signify tones. Without them, Vietnamese text would be illegible.

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