When it comes to learning months of the year in Vietnamese, it is surprisingly easy.
The word for the month is tháng, and then you just need to add the number of the month to pronounce the months of the year. January is assigned number 1, February: 2 and it goes the same way till December is 12.
Now, without any delay, let’s learn the months of the year in Vietnamese!
|Months in Vietnamese||Pronunciation||In English|
|Tháng ba||Thang baa||March|
|Tháng bốn||Thang boun||April|
|Tháng năm||Thang naam||May|
|Tháng sáu||Thang Sauu||June|
|Tháng bảy||Thang bye||July|
|Tháng tám||Thang taam||August|
|Tháng chín||Thang chein||September|
|Tháng mười||Thang muiy||October|
|Tháng mười một||Thang muiy mott||November|
|Tháng mười hai||Thang muiy hai||December|
You might be confused about why January and April have two options. Well, the older generations use tháng giêng, and you can use either tháng giêng or tháng một at your convenience.
In case you are curious, you should know there are a few early forms of Vietnamese, such as Old Vietnamese, Viet–Muong and Middle Vietnamese.
So, don’t get confused if you see more than one word for a thing in Vietnamese. For now, this list of the months of the year in Vietnamese is for you to aim at learning easily!
Want to know more? Learn how to spell and pronounce days of the week in Vietnamese.