The Use of Sino-Vietnamese Vocabulary in the Media: Reality and Suggestions
As an important part of the Vietnamese language, Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary has been used in different types and styles of the document in several fields and cultural dimensions of Vietnamese life. In the media, the use of Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary makes an important contribution to the effectiveness of information. However, there are many shortcomings in using Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary in the media, which affects the value of the works and the transparency of the Vietnamese language. This article surveys the use of Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary and identifies the suggestions for using this kind of vocabulary in the media.
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