This is a very simple Vietnamese verb conjugator. Our goal is to make Vietnamese conjugation easy, smart and straightforward.
You can input verbs into the Cooljugator bar above in any form, tense or mood in both Vietnamese and English. The Vietnamese Cooljugator can currently do around 7181 verbs. We suggest you try it out.
You can also click here to browse the list of Vietnamese verbs that we can conjugate.
If you run out of ideas, some Vietnamese verbs according to their frequency of use on Cooljugator are:
Vietnamese is a language spoken by over 80 million people mainly in Vietnam, but also in other countries around.
Vietnamese has had close connections with Chinese throughout its history. It was originally written in a Siniform (a close to Chinese) script, and in Vietnamese literature, its syntax and vocabulary were initially quite close to Chinese. However, with time Vietnamese developed its own more distinct writing, with the most famous Vietnamese work being the 'Tale of Kieu' (or Kim Van Kieu), written in the XIXth century. Eventually Vietnamese adopted the Latin script (without the letters F, J, W and Z), which had been introduced by Catholic missionaries in the 17th century.
Vietnamese is a tonal language with at least six different tones, which are similar to Mandarin Chinese tones. Interestingly, Vietnamese has many other features borrowed from Chinese: because, for centuries, Chinese had been the most popular language in the region. However, it is a distinct language of its own, and it is known for being a very phonetic language.
Vietnamese does not have conjugation by person or number, but it nonetheless has ways of indicating the present, past and future tenses and even their progressive aspects.
In the Vietnamese Cooljugator, we have a focus on the most important parts of Vietnamese conjugation, and try to give you plenty of examples for each form that we can.