Which letter in Vietnamese “is left upside down to forward, still read in the correct language, meaning the same time?”
The Vietnamese alphabet is created according to the Latin alphabet, so most of them will have letters similar to the alphabets of English, French or other European countries. The obvious difference that many people can see is in the pronunciation.
Are you sure that you have fully understood the Vietnamese language and the alphabet? Try answering the following trick question to verify that:
What sound to reverse to forward?
Still reading the correct language, meaning the same time?
What’s so strange about the word, when reversed it still doesn’t lose its meaning and doesn’t even change the pronunciation. If you do not know, please reveal, it is the letter O.
The reversed O is still the letter O, still round and round, no difference, and no one changes the pronunciation of a letter when looking up and down doesn’t change anything like that.
Many letters in the Vietnamese alphabet, when reversed, have no meaning, or if they do, they are also in the English alphabet such as M – W, S – Z,… So in Vietnamese, only letters New O upside down, upside down without changing anything.
Another fun knowledge about Vietnamese, isn’t it? In the past, netizens have had a headache with questions with similar topics, here are a few examples:
Which word in Vietnamese has the chromatic mark that has the opposite meaning to the original?
=> The word “Six”, removing the accent will become “After”, the antonym of “initially”.
Which word in Vietnamese has the HUYEN sign removed and still has the same meaning?”
=> Pairs of words like:
+Backward/backward: To happen later than the scheduled time.
+ Ignore/ignore: Pretend not to notice, don’t know or intentionally don’t remember.
+ Ten / Ten: The number (recorded as 10) immediately after the number nine in the sequence of natural numbers.
+ Stop / Stop: Do not continue to operate, develop.
Which word in Vietnamese has been removed from the accent mark but still has the same meaning?
=> The word “Four” removed the sharp mark, it became the letter Tu, still the number 4.
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