Best Vietnamese Websites


The Presidential Palace in Hanoi

Vietnamese is a Viet-Muong language that originated in the north of modern-day Vietnam, where it is the national and official language.
It is the native language of the Vietnamese (Kinh) people, as well as a first or second language for the many ethnic minorities of Vietnam.
As the result of Vietnamese emigration and cultural influence, Vietnamese speakers are found throughout the world, notably in East and
Southeast Asia, North America, Australia and Western Europe. Vietnamese has also been officially recognized as
a minority language in the Czech Republic.

Vietnam, officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia.
With an estimated 94.6 million inhabitants as of 2016, it is the world's 14th-most-populous country, and
the ninth-most-populous Asian country. Vietnam is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest,
Cambodia to the southwest, Thailand across the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest, and the Philippines, Malaysia and
Indonesia across the South China Sea to the east and southeast. Its capital city has been Hanoi (pop 8 million)
is known for its centuries-old architecture and a rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences..

Interesting Facts on Vietnam

  • This site all in Vietnamese.

    n.b. Not my translations but from GOOGLE

  •    The most recently added NEW Vietnamese SITES

       Building Vietnamese Vocabulary    Vietnamese Quizzes & Drills

       Vietnamese Newspapers    Vietnamese Verbs    Play Games in Vietnamese

       Vietnamese Food    Vietnamese Lessons

  • Jim's 26 Best Language Homepage in Vietnamese

       Vietnamese Teacher Hints, Advice and Teaching Tips

    Calling All Vietnamese Teachers

    141 enjoyable Vietnamese language learning activities right below

    Call on me. I know the answer in Vietnamese.

    141 Learning Games and Fun Activities for the Classroom

    The 141 Activities website above translated into Vietnamese

    The future destiny of the child is always the work of the mother.
    Napoleon Bonaparte.

    Tempus Fugit : Carpe Deum

    Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the week. An old Spanish Proverb

  • Professor Emeritus
    University of Northern Iowa

    Enjoy each of the websites below on your
    way to learn Vietnamese. Enjoy.

    We search the world for new travel sites to share with you

    - Senior Citizen Travel -

    Jim's Travel Websites

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    Translator Sites: English -> Vietnamese & Vietnamese -> English

    I love to speak Vietnamese

    Professor Polyglot

    I am here to teach you Vietnameseso pay attention.

    44.6% of people in California do not speak English at home.

    And way up here is Hanoi

  • So you want to learn Vietnamese - Start Here
  • The Vietnamese Language via Wikipedia
  • The Most Common Vietnamese Verbs. Multiple sites from Google.
  • 45 Common Vietnamese Verbs
  • Verbs in Vietnamese and their uses
  • Verbs in Vietnamese and their uses
    You can learn here the Vietnamese verbs including the past, present and future tenses.
  • Category:Vietnamese verbs
    Vietnamese terms that indicate actions, occurrences or states.
  • CoolJugator: The Smart Conjugator in Vietnamese
    This is a very simple Vietnamese verb conjugator. Our goal is to make Vietnamese conjugation easy, smart and straightforward.
  • Learning Vietnamese verbs is essential for mastering the language.
  • Basic Vietnamese Verbs
  • Vietnamese Verbs for Beginners on YouTube
  • Vietnamese/Tense from Wikibooks
  • Vietnamese Verbs
    Sooner or later you are going to have to master the verb forms along with vocabulary. If you're trying to learn Vietnamese Verbs which is also called Vietnamese, check these courses about Verbs in the present past and future tense to help you with your Vietnamese grammar.

    Climb aboard. We are flying to Vietnam to learn Vietnamese.

    Jim's Travel Websites. Lots of them.

  • A Basic Introduction to Vietnamese Food

  • Vietnam Cuisine via Wikipedia

  • 10 foods you need to try in Vietnam

  • Food in Vietnam: 40 delicious dishes you'll love

  • What to eat in Vietnam
    Pho. Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup, usually served with beef

    Here piggie piggie piggie

  • 10 Vietnamese foods you need to try

  • 20 more you should try on your stay here

  • Vietnamese 101

  • Many suggestions here from actual learners of the language

  • How to read Vietnamese words

  • Greetings in Vietnamese

  • Help from DuoLingo

  • Vietnamese language class for travellers - Part 1

  • 100 most basic Vietnamese words (Part 1). A good starter.

  • How to say hello, thank you, how are you? What's your name?


  • Free Foreign Service Institute Vietnamese resources

  • How to form a simple sentence in Vietnamese

  • This page offers free lessons in learning Vietnamese

  • Xin Chao Vietnam. Let's learn Vietnamese with videos.

  • Websites to learn Vietnamese Grammar

  • Vietnamese Grammar (17 Lessons)
    This page contains links to lessons about the Vietnamese grammar. Here are the topics discussed in each lesson: adjectives, adverbs, plural, prepositions, feminine, numbers, negation, pronouns, questions, determiners, nouns, verbs, present tense, past tense, future tense, imperative, and the comparative.

  • Vietnamese grammar - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Vietnamese Pod101 - Sentence Structure

  • How difficult is it to learn Vietnamese grammar rules?

  • Education in Vietnam

    A fun Vietnam boat scene

  • Learn all about Saigon via Wikipedia
    Ho Chi Minh City (commonly known as Saigon) is a city in southern Vietnam famous for the pivotal role it played in the Vietnam War. It's also known for its French colonial landmarks, including Notre-Dame Cathedral, made entirely of materials imported from France

  • The History of Hanoi
    It is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the country's second largest city by population. Its population in 2009 was estimated at 2.6 million

  • The largest cities in Vietnam
    Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam with a population of around 8,244,400. Ha Noi is the second largest city in Vietnam with a population of 7,379,300 people.

  • A Quiz on Vietnam
    How much do you know about the country?

  • A National Geographic Quiz on Vietnam

  • Quiz on Vietname by Jetpunk

  • Go4Quiz on Vietnam

  • More good quizzes on Vietnam

  • A Free On-Line Vietnamese Courses

  • TripAdvisor advice for Vietnam

  • Vietnamese alphabet

  • Much to learn about Vietnam
    Everything your might want to know right here.

  • A man is what he thinks about all day long.

    The beautiful green countryside of Vietnam.
    Any idea where this photo was taken?

    "Monolingualism Can Be Cured"

    So start by learning Vietnamese today

    It's what you discover after you know it all that counts

    The phrase "Ancora Imparo" means "I am still learning."
    In fact, at the ripe age of 87, Michelangelo wrote this inscription
    on a sketch he was performing and it remains true to this day.
    This goes for your Webmaster to this day as well. How about you?

  • Vietnamese Flashcards
  • The 1,000 most common words in Vietnamese
  • 1,000 most useful phrases in Vietnamese via YouTube
  • Another similar site of the most common words
  • Tutorial Sites for Learning Vietnamese
  • Learn Vietnamese Playing Games
    One of my favorite sites. Your webmaster.
  • Play Games in Vietnamese
    Lots of suggestions from Google
  • Vietnamese Language Tutorials
  • A List of Free Online Vietnamese Courses
  • A Vietnamese Quiz
    How much do you know about Vietnam? A QUiZ.

  • A Geography Quiz

  • Hanoi Drone View

  • Now a Drone View of Saigon

  • Top Newspapers in Vietnam

  • Vietnamese newspapers and news sites

  • List of newspapers in Vietnam via Wikipedia

  • Media in Vietnam

    Take your pick. They are all fun places to visit.

  • English - Vietnamese Vocabulary Quizzes

  • Vietnam Trivia Quizzes and Games
    Have lots of fun here.

    Hien Nhon gate is one of several beautiful
    gates entering the walled Citadel.

    "If we hang around much longer Donkey,
    we'll be speaking Vietnamese"

    "Shrek, the language site just below is FREE."

  • And with this site we can learn 30 more languages.

    Ha Long Bay, in northeast Vietnam, is known for its emerald waters
    and thousands of towering limestone islands topped by rainforests.

  • And now if you are real serious about learning ENGLISH
    Check out my English as a Second Language TESO/ESL sites.

  • Text to another language speech translator
    The Googe translator site. It is perhaps the best on the market.

    Strolling along a colorful street on your bike

    State President Tran Dai Quang

    Fine looking ladies from Vietnam

    Hoi An is a city on Vietnam's central coast known for
    its well-preserved Ancient Town, cut through with canals.
    Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast
    Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century.

  • Right at work creating signs in Vietnamese

  • Jim's Multilanguage Homepage

    Yes, this is all a about New Year's Day in Vietnam

    Vietnamese language teacher hints, advice and tips:

    I know from my own experience that being on a continual path of self-improvement is an absolute necessity toward being a good teacher. Hang out with other educators that you admire. Watch them closely and learn from them. Imitation is the greatest compliment! Join your Vietnamese language association plus two foreign language teacher associations (state and national: ACTFL- ( and attend their annual meetings on a regular basis. Get involved anyway you can with each. Rub noses with people at the TOP. Get to know the officers personally. Keep in contact with them. Use these association offerings, suggestions and resources.

    Whenever you can in your own environment, ask to observe colleagues in action in their language classroom. Pick up ideas that work for them and adopt and adapt them to you own classroom. Always be on the "lookout" for new ideas, new means of teaching, new ways to incorporate things that work for others into your own methodology. Don't hesitate to ask questions of teachers who have had much success as to how and why that happened. I used to observe elementary teachers and how they interacted with their young students. Always something to learn. "Learn from the mistakes of others. You'll never live long enough to make all of them yourself." Another that I always loved is "If you think you're green, you'll grow - if you think you're ripe, you'll rot." All true. Don't rot! That's an axiom that will never grow old. You may think that you are the best, but you're not. There is always someone better than you. (I learned this playing basketball) Learn from them. Know what the best practices are and be aware of the current online resources that can be of great help to you and your Vietnamese students.

    Keep your Vietnamese classroom presentations FRESH. Keep up with innovation and the changing needs of your students by incorporating technology such as computer use, iPhones, iPads, e-mail and a host of other innovations into your routine classroom activities to communicate with others in the target language and to access authentic resources. Stay current with options and trends in the field such as the National Standards and know how to incorporate them into your daily plans. Hopefully these few ideas will aid in your growth and success. Stay with it. Don't throw in the towel like many have, but again as I point out above, whatever new ideas you discover, you must first adopt and then adapt. Not everything you see elsewhere will work for you as I have personally learned. You must adapt those ideas to your own classroom. There are a host of great ideas available on all these sites, but they are only as successful as you will make them. And perhaps most important of all, do ask your Vietnamese students often how they feel about what they are doing and learning and what they enjoy the most and the least in your classroom. Most of all, do enjoy your students and share yourself with them. [They don't care how much you know until they know how much you CARE] I hope that you picked up some ideas here that will aid in your total success. Have fun in your classroom. (ps I picked up these ideas in a recent dream and wanted to share with each of you) I'm now 77 but never too old to learn and never too old to share ideas. Best yet, why not be learning another language yourself? Check out one of the sites above. It is a great means to experience first-hand what your students are feeling. Now you are "walking in their moccasins." Don't forget to enjoy doing it.

    Jim Becker - BA, Cornell College (Iowa), MA, La Sorbonne (Paris), PhD-ABD, The Ohio State University (Foreign Language Education).

    A cool site in Vietnam
    Can you name it?

    Relatively little is known about the origins of the Vietnamese. They first appeared in history as the so-called "Lac" peoples, who lived in the Red River delta region, in what is now northern Vietnam. Some scholars have suggested that the Lac were closely related to other peoples, known as the Viet (called the Yue by the Chinese), who inhabited the coastal region of East Asia from the Yangtze River to the Red River delta during the 1st millennium bce. Others have questioned this view, noting that modern-day Vietnamese share many cultural and linguistic traits with other non-Chinese peoples living in neighbouring areas of Southeast Asia. Now you know.

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