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Hi all. Vietnamese language is very beautiful. The same thing has many words expressed with thousands of different degrees; The same word just changing the context is completely different; Same meaning but each region, domain uses different words ... The more you use and understand about Vietnamese, the more you find it is very lovely and interesting. And on the way to get acquainted, typing Vietnamese, conquer the Vietnamese language. Unikey is the perfect car speed you need :) Unikey is not a wand to help you categorize the standard Vietnamese writing but it is a tool to help you type in accents, edit fonts ... and in particular, make sure you put the right accent in the word (for example: “tiếng” not “tíêng”) Unikey supports Vietnamese typing on Windows (including 32-bit and 64-bit Windows). With Unikey, you can easily convert fonts, define shortcuts for phrases, convert words with accent marks, convert to uppercase or lowercase letters. Unikey is a free Vietnamese-typing application with no ads. Lightweight application that fits all computer configurations. Vietnamese Typing Online Here
Hello, I wonder what you think about writing with your hand and a real pen versus typing on the computer. Does that make a difference for you in terms for learning? Which one do you prefer when you make notes, try to memorise new words or maybe repeat some grammar points? For me, handwriting is more efficient for new words, or at least that's my impression. It takes more effort and time which is probably why the words that I write with a pen are remembered better than those I type on a keyboard. However, when it comes to creative writing or long exercises ("Write a letter to your friend using the words you've learnt in this lesson...") I definitely prefer typing. It's much faster, easier to correct and edit later on, and also my hands are more used to it and they don't hurt afterwards. What about you? Ania