In this lesson we will learn about Seasons in Vietnamese language.
1. Mùa: season
2. Mùa xuân: spring
3. Mùa hè: summer
4. Mùa đông: winter.
5. Mùa thu: Autmn.
6. Bây giờ là mùa gì?: What season is it now?
7. Bây giờ là mùa xuân: it is Spring.
8. Mùa này là mùa gì? What season is this season?
9. Mùa này là mùa hè: This season is summer
10. Ở Việt Nam, một năm có mấy mùa?: How many season iare there in Vietnam?
11. Có 4 mùa: four seasons.
12. Ở Miền Nam, một năm có mấy mùa?
13. Chỉ có hai mùa, mùa mưa và mùa khô: There are only 2 seasons: rainy and dry season.
14. Anh thích mùa nào hơn: Which season do you prefer?
15. Anh thích mùa thu hơn: I prefer Autumn.
16. Mùa xuân trời nắng ấm: It is warm in Spring.
17. Mùa hè trời nóng: It is hot in summer.
18. Mùa thu trời mát: It is cool in Autumn.
19. Mùa đông trời lanh: it is cold in winter.
Learning the word of seasons in Vietnmamese is good way to communitate with Vietnamese People. I hope this audio about Seasons in Vietnamese would help you improve your Vietnamese language skills.
Vietnam is located between 9 and 23 degrees north. Eastern Vietnam has a long coastline on the Gulf of Tonkin and the South China Sea. It has a tropical monsoon type of climate; from May-Sep the south monsoon sets in, and the country is dominated by south to southeasterly winds. From Oct-April, the north monsoon is dominant with northerly to northeasterly winds affecting the country. There is a transition period between each monsoon season when winds are light and variable.
The country is mountainous in the northwest and in the central highlands facing the South China Sea, with peaks reaching up to 8000ft (2450m) In the north around Hanoi and in the south around Ho Chi Minh City, there are extensive low-lying regions in the Red River delta and the Mekong delta respectively.
Vietnam has a single rainy season during the south monsoon (May-Sep). Rainfall is infrequent and light during the remainder of the year. Rainfall is abundant, with annual rainfall exceeding 1000mm almost everywhere. Annual rainfall is even higher in the hills, especially those facing the sea, in the range of 2000-2500mm.
For coastal areas and the parts of the central highlands facing northeast, the season of maximum rainfall is during the south monsoon, from Sep-Jan. These regions receive torrential rain from typhoons which move in from the South China Sea at this time of the year. The weather at this time is cloudy with frequent drizzle.
During the north monsoon, northern Vietnam has cloudy days with occasional light rain, while southern Vietnam tends to be dry and sunny.
Temperatures are high all year round for southern and central Vietnam; but northern Vietnam has a definite cooler season as the north monsoon occasionally advects cold air in from China. Frost and some snow may occur on the highest mountains in the north for a few days a year. In the southern Vietnam, the lowlands are sheltered from outbreaks of colder northerly air and the dry season is warm to hot wit