Vietnamese (Hanoi Vietnamese)

@article{Kirby2011VietnameseV,
  title={Vietnamese (Hanoi Vietnamese)},
  author={James P. Kirby},
  journal={Journal of the International Phonetic Association},
  year={2011},
  volume={41},
  pages={381 - 392}
}
  • James P. Kirby
  • Published 11 November 2011
  • Business
  • Journal of the International Phonetic Association
Vietnamese, the official language of Vietnam, is spoken natively by over seventy-five million people in Vietnam and greater Southeast Asia as well as by some two million overseas, predominantly in France, Australia, and the United States. The genetic affiliation of Vietnamese has been at times the subject of considerable debate (Diffloth 1992). Scholars such as Tabard (1838) maintained a relation to Chinese, while Maspero (1912), despite noting similarities to Mon-Khmer, argued for an… 
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