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Learn Vietnamese with our WorldNomads Vietnamese Language Guide

VIETNAM | Sunday, 24 September 2006 | Views [81894] | Comments [9]

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Vietnamese Language Guide App - iTunes linkVietnamese Audio Guide (MP3 file)

The World Nomads Vietnamese language guide iPhone app has been updated with new features is now available for free from the iTunes app store.

Have you ever been stuck in a country wanting to be polite, but not even knowing the word for 'please'? Or been frustrated when you couldn't ask for the most basic directions to where you're going?

The WorldNomads.com Vietnamese Language Guide gives you enough phrases to keep you travelling safely and get more from your holiday.

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Over 2 million people have downloaded our audio language guides and now these great resources for travellers have been rebuilt for the iPhone too. We're proud to say that MSNBC recently rated the WorldNomads.com language guide series the #1 freebie language App for iPhones. See their review here

Vietnamese language guides to download

If you just want the basics, try these on for size:

Audio guide for any mp3 player or computer - FREE!

Contains: 15 min audio language lesson and a written script to follow
Suitable for: download to any iPod/mp3 player or play directly within this browser
: MP3 file, Size: 16.9MB
Written Script: Download PDF of script here

Vietnamese iPhone App

Application for iPhone & iPod Touch - FREE!

Contains: 15 min language lesson, 40+ audio phrases
Suitable for
: an iPhone or iPod touch
: Application file, Size: 7.7 MB, link goes to iTunes App Store

Further online Vietnamese Language Resources

Vietnamese Alphabet and Pronunciation
Vietnamese Reading Lessons

Intermediate and Advanced Vietnamese Reading Lessons

Online Vietnamese Language Activities

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Scott, your Vietnamese pronunciation is quite good! Keep it up.

  Annie Aug 22, 2007 2:57 AM


hoc anh van

  nguyen cuong Jul 9, 2008 11:55 AM


an lon ko ban oi

  quang Jul 9, 2008 11:31 PM



  Đinh Văn Điển Jul 10, 2008 10:46 AM


hi scoot your vietnamese is really good. i hope you keep makeing more.

  ken Aug 5, 2008 8:33 PM


The iPhone / iPod touch application version of our Vietnamese language guide is now live. Check it out at

  language-guides Dec 1, 2008 1:43 PM


Hi I downloaded your iPhone app great job! I speak Viet fluently so it was really out of curiocity. One thing that should be stated somewhere in the app is that Vietnamese is tonal, I find that when foreigners don't know this it makes it extremely hard to decipher what they're saying. I noticed in your Mandarin app this was stated - a good thing that should be extended to the Vietnamese version.

  Ann Feb 25, 2010 1:16 AM


An android app would be awesome for those of us without Iphones. :)

Hi Cameron, they are in the pipeline to be done

  Cameron Jul 5, 2011 3:43 PM


What accent do you use on these lessons--northern, central (probably not, but didn't want to assume anything), or southern?

  Christine Aug 26, 2012 7:20 AM

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