English - Vietnamese Dictionary

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    WordMate is pretty basic - it only gives you the translation. No fancy features like text-to-speech, etc. But it is fast and, more importantly for travel (unless you can afford the data roaming charges), offline. It is also pretty zippy.

    As for accuracy, I can you tell you after I get back from Vietnam next week. I plan to communicate by translating on WordMate and showing non-English-speaking locals the translated text.

    Thanks dlngu2 for the link to the free offline dictionary.

    Quote Originally Posted by vietnamlover View Post
    So how is it? Good??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexus@sg View Post
    WordMate is pretty basic - it only gives you the translation. No fancy features like text-to-speech, etc. But it is fast and, more importantly for travel (unless you can afford the data roaming charges), offline. It is also pretty zippy.

    As for accuracy, I can you tell you after I get back from Vietnam next week. I plan to communicate by translating on WordMate and showing non-English-speaking locals the translated text.

    Thanks dlngu2 for the link to the free offline dictionary.

    Quote Originally Posted by vietnamlover View Post
    So how is it? Good??????
    Ok. Thanks. Keep me posted here. I'll be waiting......

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexus@sg View Post
    Hi dlngu2

    Thanks much. I was also looking for an offline English-Vietnamese dictionary to help me along for my visit to Vietnam next week.

    There are 2 sets of English-Vietnamese dictionaries in your hyperlink - one is "VietAhn" and the other is "AhnViet". "VietAhn", the former, also includes English to Vietnamese by the file size is smaller than "AhnViet". Do you recommend any particular one?

    Also, more importantly, I used 7zip as recommended. However, WordMate still says that the file is compressed and cannot be opened. Any help is appreciated.

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vietnamlover View Post

    Thanks for your help!!! I appreciate it

    1 question, the 7zip. Which 1 do I download? Can I use winrar to unzip? I think its the same right???? Thanks
    I don't know if Winrar can unzip that particular type of file. You can try. If you can't, try download 7zip.

    Which version of 7zip depends on what OS you have, 32 bit would be for XP, Vista would normally use 64x version.
    I use the version from "AnhViet" file which I think is better cuz of its bigger size (hopefully more words) and the Vietnamese to English version from the "VietAnh" file and I ignored the smaller-size English to Vietnamese version.

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    gotiengviet on app market- why not?

    Thank you dlngu2.

    If our gotiengviet can be posted on android market!
    I wish so.
    So, many people can use it easily, just touch ... touch then use it instead of download.

    As N1 manual, they guide us come to app market to select & install.
    We can uninstall anytime we dislike it.

    I wonder if download, copy, install, .. from other places, can we uninstall it to free our memory space or not in case we find another one better.

    Best regards,
    Phuong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xedapoi_ohbike View Post
    Thank you dlngu2.

    If our gotiengviet can be posted on android market!
    I wish so.
    So, many people can use it easily, just touch ... touch then use it instead of download.

    As N1 manual, they guide us come to app market to select & install.
    We can uninstall anytime we dislike it.

    I wonder if download, copy, install, .. from other places, can we uninstall it to free our memory space or not in case we find another one better.

    Best regards,
    Phuong.
    I hope the author of this app will post it to the market as well. Until then we just have to do this way. It's not that bad though. FYI, you can just uninstall it like normal apps by going to Settings --> Applications --> Manage applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlngu2 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by xedapoi_ohbike View Post
    Thank you for your advice.
    Google Translate is OK.

    I tried for typing Vietnamese but many things missing, like ă, ấ, ắ, ạ, , ả, ...

    Please advise if you experienced.

    Thank you & Best regards,
    Phuong.
    I'm using this Vietnamese keyboard for my N1. Very happy with it.

    gotiengviet.zip

    Unzip the file, put it on your sd card then install it (remember to check the "unknown source" in Settings --> Applications). Then go to Settings --> Language & Keyboard, check "Go Tieng Viet" (you can modify some settings too). Then switch to Vietnamese keyboard by long pressing in any text field, choose Input Method and choose "Go Tieng Viet".

    Hope you enjoy! Cheers!
    I've installed this "g tiếng Việt" app on my Nexus 1.
    Generally I am using "TELEX" mode so I tried it.
    The problem is that I cannot find any keys for " ư " or " ơ " since they are generally typed by the keys " [ " and " ]" .
    How can I input " ư " and " ơ " character which are very special to Vietnamese language? Any suggestions?

    Thanks.

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    Generally, you can use ] and [ but in the "gotiengviet" app, you can only use "uw" for ư and "ow" for ơ. Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlngu2 View Post
    Generally, you can use ] and [ but in the "gotiengviet" app, you can only use "uw" for ư and "ow" for ơ. Cheers!
    "Ti xin cảm ơn rất nhiều anh!" : Thank you so much!

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    Can't find any Englis-Vietnamese Dictionary app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by only1lakers View Post
    Can't find any Englis-Vietnamese Dictionary app.
    Please find info about your concern at the start of this thread.

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