Vietnamese Bubble Bath

Play . . . and learn.

Time to learn some Vietnamese!

Eric was a Vietnamese and Chinese linguist in his Army days.  Of course, we were going to release this for Vietnamese.

Learn Vietnamese in a fun and engaging way with Vietnamese Bubble Bath. Whether you are travelling to Hanoi, Saigon, or Ho Chi Minh City . . . you will benefit from learning some of the Vietnamese language.

Vietnamese Bubble Bath is a simple game which delivers a lot. Select the bubbles with Vietnamese words and phrases as they float to the top of your screen. As you select them, you hear the Vietnamese word spoken by a native speaker. Select the right translation to pop the bubble.

The early levels are easy and you get a 50/50 chance of choosing the right word. You are guessing, actually. As the levels increase in difficulty, you can no longer rely on guessing and must use your newly gained knowledge to choose the right words.

Some levels force you to listen — with no text on the bubbles and you have to listen to it spoken. Other levels challenge your reading ability by removing the spoken word and forcing you to read the text on the bubbles. At the end of each category, you will have mastered all the words in it.

Are you ready to play? Are you ready to learn?

How high can you score?

Vietnamese Bubble Bath has vocabulary in the following categories:
✓ Numbers
✓ Animals
✓ Body Parts
✓ Colors
✓ Sizes
✓ Verbs
✓ Travel
✓ Time
✓ Person Nouns
✓ Adjectives
✓ Food
✓ Useful Phrases

Here are 5 Superb Vietnamese Facts (From the Overpass website):
• There are approximately 3 million native Vietnamese speakers living abroad.
• Vietnam is politically a Communist state.
• Vietnam remained under French rule until 1954.
• The Vietnamese writing system is called Quoc-ngu, which translates simply as “national language”.
• Vietnamese is the 7th most spoken language in the USA (approximately 1 million speakers)

“☆☆☆☆ Easy to follow. My kids enjoy learning Vietnamese” — Nancy Tran on Amazon (20th July 2014)

Produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps
Designed by Gesonsrey Romero of Overpass Apps
Vocals by Thu Oanh Nguyen Thi

A full version of this game (without ads) is also available on Google Play:

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Any ideas on how to better learn Vietnamese? Let us know by leaving a comment here or contacting us directly.

Just some of our reviews

Nice App. Got to learn about it through their youtube channel. Easy to use.

Bubba Johnson on Google Play (19th January 2017)

Nice App. Got to learn about it through their youtube channel. Easy to use.

on Google Play (19th January 2017)

Nice App. Got to learn about it through their youtube channel. Easy to use.

Bubba Johnson on Google Play (19th January 2017)

Excellent app to learn vocabulary and pronunciation through playing a fun game. I highly recommend it!!!

Maurice Nash on Google Play (3rd November 2016)

Love it!!

Zugeiy Yepez on Google Play (13th August 2016)

Fun and sustaining

jadd curtis on Google Play (17th July 2016)

Very helpful, and fun!
I never thought that such a cute looking game would help me learn Vietnamese a lot. It’s really enjoyable actually, and the pronunciation really helps out a lot as you click the bubbles and match them with the English translations.

JeffLi17 on The Amazon App Store (5th March 2016)

Four Stars

N. Bui on The Amazon App Store (30th September 2015)

Good quick vocabulary review
I don’t have a lot of time but this gets me to pick up my vocabulary a little bit at a time and helps me to remember what I have already learned

Scott Curry on Google Play (29th September 2015)

Great for learning key words 🙂
This app is great for learning key vietnamese words both the sound and spelling of them 🙂

Marianne Warren-Croce on Google Play (20th August 2015)

Good but not varied enough vocabulary per category.

Larry Green on Google Play (16th June 2015)

Four Stars
Easy to follow. My kids enjoy learning Vietnamese

Nancy Tran on The Amazon App Store (20th July 2014)


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