[Latingp] Questions for Vietnamese language experts
c.dillon at ucl.ac.uk
Thu Nov 12 10:18:45 UTC 2015
I have drafted the following questions for Vietnamese language experts after our Tuesday meeting:
The Unicode CLDR (Common Locale Data Repository) lists the following letters for Vietnamese:
a à ả ã á ạ ă ằ ẳ ẵ ắ ặ â ầ ẩ ẫ ấ ậ b c d đ e è ẻ ẽ é ẹ ê ề ể ễ ế ệ f g h i ì ỉ ĩ í ị j k l m n o ò ỏ õ ó ọ ô ồ ổ ỗ ố ộ ơ ờ ở ỡ ớ ợ p q r s t u ù ủ ũ ú ụ ư ừ ử ữ ứ ự v w x y ỳ ỷ ỹ ý ỵ z
(See www.unicode.org/cldr/charts/28/summary/vi.html<http://www.unicode.org/cldr/charts/28/summary/vi.html> .)
1. Are any other letters in use?
2. Some of the diacritics are used to indicate tone – is Vietnamese ever written with a simpler set of Latin letters without tone marks? (For example, Pinyin Běijīng is sometimes written as Beijing, without tone marks.)
3. Are some of the letters listed not in use?
I would really welcome your improvements.
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