i can speak viet and understand it by hearing it directly to my ears
but i get very confused if i read it with tonal letters and im working on it
i have southern accent
I have a southern accent as well... I think... but yea, it's all practice so just keep at it. A lot better than my sister, she can speak it fluently, much better than me, but she doesn't know how to read or write
I think the majority are the Southern accent people in the U.S. It's really rare for me to hear central and north accents.
I, on the other hand, can speak and write Vietnamese. The only problem are the accent marks. I hate them with a passion.
Chao cac ban o tren thread nay. C:
Recently within the past decades, there have been central and northern Vietnamese coming to the U.S. One of my uncles' wife is from northern Vietnam (my grandmother didn't like her because she's extremely prejudiced against northern Viets due to personal experience and even temporarily disowned said uncle because of it), and I've heard a mix of northern, central, and southern Viet accents from international Vietnamese people at my university.
@ thread: if any of you liked the Disney movie Frozen and the song Let It Go, here's the Vietnamese language dub version of the song. c: