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The Vietnamese alphabet (quốc ngữ) in use today is a Latin alphabet with additional diacritics for tones, and certain letters.
Vietnamese grammar rules
Like other Austro-Asiatic languages, Vietnamese is an analytic, i.e., it does not use inflections to express grammatical relations. Instead, grammatical relations are marked by word order and by various particles.
Verbs are not marked for person or number. Tense, aspect and mood are marked by various particles.
There are three conjugation classes in Latvian.
Verbs are conjugated for person, tense, mood and voice.
Vietnamese formatting rules
Short date format
Long date format
ngày d tháng M năm yyyy
e.g. ngày 17 tháng 3 năm 2016
Numbers and currency
Latvian currency name
Dong; International Currency Code: VND
Currency symbol position
located after the number
e.g. 150 ₫
Vietnamese capitalisation usage
Should be capitalised
Only the first character in a sentence is capitalized. In proper names, the first character for each word is capitalized.
Solutions for Vietnamese
Stepping Stone provides translation and localisation services for Vietnamese