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Tiếng Việt: Từ thuần Việt + Từ Hán Việt
中文: 純越詞+漢越詞
English: Sentence example used to describe Vietnamese language vocabulary. The orange colour words represent native Vietnamese words, whilst the green words represent those belonging to the Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary.
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Author Betoseha


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