Welcome to SVFF Tiếng Việt giọng miền nam! Today, we delve into essential Vietnamese vocabulary related to locations. Whether you’re a beginner or looking to expand your language skills, mastering these terms will enhance your communication abilities in Vietnamese-speaking settings. Let’s begin by familiarizing ourselves with some common phrases: Now,Continue Reading

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Vietnamese cuisine has taken the world by storm, and at the heart of this culinary revolution is “Phở” – Vietnam’s soul-nourishing noodle soup. However, pronouncing “Phở” like a local, especially in the Saigonese dialect, can be a bit of a challenge for learners of Southern Vietnamese. Today, we’re here toContinue Reading

Traveling to Vietnam can be an exciting adventure filled with vibrant culture, stunning landscapes, and delicious cuisine. However, as with any travel experience, sometimes things don’t go as planned, especially when it comes to hotel accommodations. Being prepared to address these issues effectively can make your stay much more comfortable.Continue Reading

Welcome to the SVFF Southern Vietnamese for Foreigners Tiếng Việt Giọng Miền Nam cho Người Nước Ngoài, where we bridge the cultural and linguistic gaps for travelers. Today, we’re diving into a crucial aspect of travel in Vietnam—how to effectively communicate complaints in Vietnamese when things don’t meet expectations atContinue Reading

Gỏi cuốn ( fresh spring roll ) is a popular Vietnamese dish consisting of pork, prawn, vegetables, bún (bean vermicelli), and other ingredients wrapped in bánh tráng (commonly known as rice paper or cold roll) from Vietnam. Like other spring roll dishes, Chinese immigrants are thought to have originated inContinue Reading

As a global tourist, cultural conflicts with indigenous lifestyles are easy to come across. What you can do, though, instead of arguing and making a mess, is to be mindful of the difference and admire the indigenous community so that you can really participate in local life and stop disapprovingContinue Reading

Sủi cảo (Jiaozi), còn gọi là bánh chẻo là một loại bánh hấp của Trung Quốc được ăn phổ biến ở Đông Á. Đây là một trong những món ăn chính trong dịp Tết nguyên đán cũng như là món ăn quanh năm tại các tỉnh phía Bắc Jiaozi areContinue Reading

In Vietnam, noodle soups are the most common breakfast. In many areas especially in the middle of Vietnam, where people sometimes catch fish to make ends meet, bún chả cá ( fish cake noodle soup ) can be identified as a common dish. Fish cake, stir-fried fish, light and translucentContinue Reading

Description For centuries, but only in spoken form for most of the earlier years, the Vietnamese language (in Vietnamese: Tiếng Việt, or Tieng Viet without accent marks) has existed. Classical Chinese (~9th =>13th Century), Chữ Nôm (13th => 17th) and Romanized script (17th => Present) were the writing systems usedContinue Reading