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Hey guys! Today is Monday. Have a nice week!

There is a saying that” Think big, act small”. Learning foreign languages, especially Vietnamese, I think it’s similar. We should begin from first lession. It’s “A” vowel. Let’s practice. OK?

“A” vowel in VietNamese is first sound like another languages. In Alef-Beth alphabet of Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, A is the first alphabet. It’s different thing that was used 6 tones. For many foreign people, it’s difficult to pronounce. No problem, you only relax and repeat many times. You will speak well.

Are you ready ? Let begin…

You listen to my podcast and repeat:

First, “A” vowel:

A À Á Ả Ã Ạ

Second, first syllable is consonant

B: BA BÀ BÁ BẢ BÃ BẠ

C: CA CÀ CÁ CẢ CÃ CẠ

D:DA DÀ DÁ DẢ DÃ DẠ

Finally, last syllable is consonant:

M: AM ÀM ÁM ẢM ÃM ẠM

N: AN ÀN ÁN ẢN ÃN ẠN

Some syllables have structre that is consonant- vowel-consonant

BAM BÀM BÁM BẢM BÃM BẠM

CAM CÀM CÁM CẢM CÃM CẠM

BAN BÀN BÁN BẢN BÃN BẠN

CAN CÀN CÁN CẢN CÃN CẠN

 

How do you feel about my post? Sure, I made many mistake. I will do it better. Thank you for reading!

P.S: You can read more VietNamese version:

Cùng nhau phát âm: Nguyên âm A

 

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