Vietnamese for Beginner
VIETNAMESE FOR BEGINNER – ABSOLUTE BEGINNER
Starting to learn any new language can be a daunting task, however if you are reading this then maybe you’ve already made that decision. At Vietlesson the key to your success for both spoken and written Vietnamese, is grasping a firm understanding of the alphabet and tones.
Breaking the language down into digestible lessons allows each student to grow in confidence and understanding. Our proven step-by-step formula shows that students retain more information this way and stay motivated for longer, many times progressing through multiple courses.
Many people want to start by learning words and sentences, and this is why many people fail or give up.
Once you’ve grasped the basics, the next challenge will be your pronunciation. Combining new sounds and letter combinations will seem alien to you and unnatural at first. Group lessons are a massive advantage as you can listen to your peers who often have different accents from all walks of life. Learning from others mistakes can be a great advantage as making mistakes is all part of learning.
After a few lessons you will be learning new vocabulary, practicing your listening and pronunciation and ready to start asking questions in Vietnamese. This is where you confidence really starts to grow as you will want to be practicing with colleagues and friends in your day-today life.
You will learn greetings, how to introduce yourself, numbers, directions and useful phrases for work and talking to friends including many more much needed nouns and verbs.
In addition to the 2 lessons per week, Vietlesson has a downloadable App straight to your device. The App structure follows the lesson content of the course which allows you to study-on-the-go, and reinforce the spellings of words, the tones and how to pronounce them. As we all learn at different speeds and in slightly different ways, this App helps you to make everyday study goals to increase your learning productivity all at your finger-tips.
Another additional supplement to the courses, is our weekly Vietnamese speaking club every Sunday at 3-4:30pm. We bring together Vietnamese native speakers with our students in a relaxed and sociable setting.
It’s a great time to practice everything that you’ve learned in the classroom, make conversation and to ask questions about what you need to learn for your day to day life as well. This value added lesson increases the total weekly classroom time to 4.5 hrs per week, not including any additional class homework or Vietlesson App study time.
The schedule for the beginner courses are as follows:
2 lessons per week
- 1 speaking club lesson per week
- 1.5 hrs per lesson
- 16 lessons over a 2 month period
- Lesson schedules are either mornings 10:30am – 12pm or evenings 7:30pm – 9pm.
- Cost: 3,900,000 vnd
Please note: All lessons are held at Vietlesson Coffee House, Tay Ho. Add map link here
All courses include:
- All printed course books
- Assigned homework
- The Vietlesson online App, which mirrors the course and helps you build long term memory’s.
- Weekly speaking club
If you are interested in beginner Vietnamese lessons or you have further questions regarding the course, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are wondering when the next courses are starting, please visit the schedule page (LINK) of our website. If you would like to meet our teacher Lien, please make an appointment, or pay us a visit at our coffee house location.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 24 hours
- Skill level Beginner
- Language Vietnamese
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes
Lesson 1: History of Vietnamese Language, Alphabet
Lesson 2: Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives
Lesson 03: Single vowels, tripthongs, dipthongs in Vietnamese
Lesson 5,6, 6, 8: Questions In Vietnamese
Lesson 9: Personal pronouns in Vietnamese
Lesson 10: Jobs in Vietnamese
Lesson 11: Nationalities, languages and countries in Vietnamese
Lesson 12: Family and Number
lesson 13: Nouns in Vietnamese
Lesson 14: Directions
Lesson 15: Season, Months and years
Lessons 16: Review