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Our professional Vietnamese translators are native speakers and specialists in the Vietnamese language, its local idioms and the cultural sensitivities of the various countries where Vietnamese is spoken.
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All of our translators translate into their mother tongue. Whether you translate from Vietnamese to English or from English to Vietnamese, your translator(s) will be native(s) of the target language. This ensures translations that read fluently and naturally.
Executive Linguist Agency has been providing high-quality, dependable Vietnamese translation services since 1978. In addition to our professional translators we have expert project managers. We assign a project manager to each translation project to oversee the project, maintain proper communications with the client, and guarantee 100% satisfaction.
More Information on the Vietnamese Language
As the national language of the majority ethnic group, Vietnamese is spoken throughout Vietnam by the Vietnamese people as well as by other ethnic minorities. It is also spoken in overseas Vietnamese communities, most notably in the United States, where there are more than one million speakers and is the 7th most spoken language (as of 2004). (It is the 3rd most spoken language in Texas, 4th in Arkansas and Louisiana, and 5th in California.) In Australia it is the 6th most spoken language.
Vietnamese is also spoken by substantial numbers of people in Cambodia, Canada, China, Côte d’Ivoire , Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Thailand, United Kingdom, Laos, Martinique, Netherlands, New Caledonia, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Senegal and Vanuatu.
While spoken by the Vietnamese people for millennia, Vietnamese did not become the official administrative language of Vietnam until the 20th century. For most of its history, the entity now known as Vietnam used Chinese for governing purposes. Vietnamese was used for administrative purposes during the brief Ho and Tay Son Dynasties. During French colonialism, French superseded Chinese in administration. It was not until independence from France that Vietnamese was used officially. Vietnamese is the language of instruction in schools and universities and is the language for official business.