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Explanation: As I don't know if you have Vietnamese fonts or not, I have to type the tonemarks next to the letters. It's not the correct Vietnamese way of writing, but popular among Vietnamese email writers, to avoid the situation of different people using different fonts. The (+) mark is actually a hook attached to the vowel in front of it. The dot is actually under the vowel, and the (') is actually on top of the vowel.
Hope this helps.
Jack Nguyen Local time: 19:59 Native speaker of: Vietnamese PRO pts in pair: 3