Vietnamese to Shona Translation


Common Phrases From Vietnamese to Shona

Cảm ơnNdatenda
Vui lòngNdapota
Lấy làm tiếcNdine hurombo
Xin chàoMhoro
Tạm biệtSara mushe
Bạn có khỏe không?Makadii?
Xin lỗiPamusoroi
Tôi không biếtHandizive
Tôi hiểuNdinonzwisisa
tôi nghĩ vậyNdofunga kudaro
Có lẽPamwe
Hẹn gặp lạiNdichakuwona gare gare
Bảo trọngZvichengetedze
Có chuyện gì vậy?Chii chiri kuita?
Đừng bận tâmChiregedza
Tất nhiên rồiEhe saizvozvo
Ngay lập tứcIpapo
Đi nàoHandeyi

Interesting information about Vietnamese Language

Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam, spoken by over 90 million people worldwide. It belongs to the Austroasiatic language family and uses a Latin-based script with additional diacritical marks called "dấu" for tonal representation. Vietnamese has six tones that significantly affect word meaning, making it a tonal language similar to Mandarin Chinese or Thai. The vocabulary in Vietnamese consists mostly of monosyllabic words derived from native roots as well as loanwords from French, English, and other languages due to historical influences. The grammar follows subject-verb-object (SVO) sentence structure but lacks grammatical gender distinctions. Despite regional dialects across different provinces in Vietnam, Standard Vietnamese serves as the standardized form used in education and media throughout the country.

Know About Shona Language

Shona is a Bantu language spoken by the Shona people of Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It belongs to the larger Niger-Congo language family, specifically within the Southern Bantoid branch. With over 10 million speakers worldwide, it is one of Zimbabwe's main languages and holds official status in both countries. The Shona language has various dialects including Zezuru, Karanga, Manyika, Ndau and Korekore. The standardized version known as "Standard Shona" emerged from these dialectal variations for educational purposes. It uses a Latin-based alphabet with additional diacritic marks to represent specific sounds not found in English or other widely-spoken languages. Nouns are classified into different classes based on prefixes that indicate singular/plural forms as well as gender distinctions (animate/inanimate). Shona also possesses an extensive vocabulary influenced by neighboring cultures such as Swahili and Zulu but retains its distinct grammatical structure making it unique among African languages.

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