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Vietnamese belongs to the Austroasiatic language family. Formerly known as Annamese under French colonization, today it is the national and official language of Vietnam. It is the mother tongue of the Vietnamese people, accounting for 86% of Vietnam's population, and is spoken as a second language by many of the country’s ethnic minorities. Vietnamese is also the native language of an estimated three million people living in other countries (mainly the USA). A great deal of Vietnamese vocabulary has been borrowed from Chinese, similarly to how European languages borrow from Latin and Greek. Additionally, Vietnamese previously used a modified variant of the Chinese writing system. However, the Vietnamese writing system employed today is an adapted version of the Latin alphabet, with additional diacritics for tones and certain letters. Despite Vietnamese being spoken in Vietnam for millennia, written Vietnamese did not become the official administrative language of this entity until the 20th century. For most of its history, written classical Chinese was used for governing purposes. Under French colonists, the French language superseded Chinese for administrative purposes. It was not until the country gained its independence from France that Vietnamese was used officially in all respects, including government, education and business.
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Da Nang (VN), Ha Noi (VN), Haiphong (VN), Ho Chi Minh (VN), Nha Trang (VN),