Rade is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken mainly in southern Vietnam by about 180,000 people. There are also some speakers in Cambodia and the USA. It is a member of the Chamic branch of Malayo-Sumbawan languages, and is closely related to the Cham language of central Vietnam.
Hlăk mphŭn dŏng Aê Diê hrih adiê leh anăn lăn ala. Leh anăn lăn ala mâo klei bi lŭk-lăk leh anăn hŏng, leh anăn klei mmăt guôm ti dlông êlah êa êlam, lah anăn Yang Mngăt Jăt Aê Diê krăm ti dlŏng êlah êa. Aê Diê lač, Brei mâo klei mngač, leh anăn klei mngač mâo mtam.
In the beginning God created heaven and earth. The earth was formless and empty, and darkness covered the deep water. The spirit of God was hovering over the water.