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Toi muon noi va doc va viet tieng Viet. Ban co the noi va doc va viet gioi tieng Viet khong? Toi co the viet mot chut tieng Viet va toi khong co the noi gioi tieng Viet. 
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[First day going to school - Ngày khai giảng.]
First day doing something is not easy to even us, not to mention the kids who start their first day at school. Therefore, we hope with these tips parents can help children with their school fear.
Ngày đầu tiên làm gì chưa bao giờ dễ dàng ngay cả đối với chúng ta, nói chi những đứa trẻ con ngày đầu đến trường. Vì thế, chúng tôi mong rằng với những mẹo vặt này các bậc phụ huynh có thể giúp con mình với nỗi sợ đến trường của các bé. 
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Hey guys, Have you ever watched this following video ? this is one of the video clips created by 123vietnamese center - a great center as the comment of many foreigner
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4nqjTnGLOA
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Lê Tố Quyên

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To practice Vietnamese, you can learn though viet song. For example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yt-IDA9i7H0
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Today we will introduce to you an information lesson about Vietnamese tenses for foreigners who are learning Vietnamese or living in Vietnam.
Every language has its own way to express time. For example, in English, “-ed” is added to the verb for past tenses. “Tenses is a grammaticalized location of an event in time” – (Comrie 1975).What about the Vietnamese language? Do the tenses in Vietnamese truly grammaticalize time as English and other languages do?
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Many foreigners in Vietnam are surprised and incomfortable to find that they asked day in and day out about their marital status, by people they have just met. As you progress further in learning Vietnamese, you will understand that the Vietnamese personal pronoun system contributes to the sense that all socail relationships, even amongst strangers, are structured along kinship lines. Similarly, for most Vietnamese, when we meet someone new, we immediately think of him or her as not just an individual, but as a member of a family and an extended set of relatives. The person we have just met is not just our co-worker, or the person we are sitting next to on the bus, for example, but also a wife, mother, daughter, cousin etc. to a whole network of people who have contributed to who this person is today.

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The word “Goodbye” is not equivalent to “Tạm biệt”. When saying goodbye, rarely do the Vietnamese people say “Tạm biệt”, but instead, they usually say “Chào + second personal pronoun/title”. Even though, “Tạm biệt” is being taught to foreigners as “Goodbye”. However, the Vietnamese locals rarely say “Tạm biệt” as “Goodbye” in their daily lives. We hope that you will not distrust this instruction because Vietnamese English speaker when asked how to say goodbye in Vietnamese, say “Tạm biệt”. They mix the dictionary meaning of “Tạm biệt” with the spoken word used for saying goodbye. In other words, “Tạm biệt” is a word whose meaning is equivalent to “Goodbye” but it is not normally used in Vietnamese spoken language.

Read more: http://vlstudies.com/vn/news--events/learn-vietnamese-online/learn-vietnamese-with-vls---when-is-tam-biet-said-as-goodbye/673/1
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Learn Vietnamese - Ben Tre Coconut milk rice paper

Devired from BếnTre, coconut milk rice paper is an unforgettable snack. This unique coconut milk rice paper doesn’t have a clear history, and no one knows when or how it became a special gift everytime someone travels to BếnTre. Coconut milk rice paper is made mainly from coconut and rice, mixed with cassava flour, water, sugar, sesame, durian in the best ratio.The blend of these flavors creat a great product that only Bến Tre has. If you study Vietnamese in Ho Chi Minh, pay a visit to Ben Tre. 

Source: http://vlstudies.com/vn/news--events/learn-vietnamese-online/learn-vietnamese---ben-tre-coconut-milk-rice-paper/672/1
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Which language shades fire up passion and temptation? 
50 shades o language learning - Can foreign accents be tempting and increase your sex-appeal? Which shade is better?
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Tony Trucano

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Ban ten la gi? Toi ten la Tony. Toi song o My. Toi noi tieng Ahn. Toi co the noi mot chut tieng Viet. Ban co the noi tieng Anh khong?
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Nice to meet you. I currently live in Hanoi, Vietnam and I also know a little English.
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Xin chào các bạn,
Welcome to Vietnamese - beautiful language. If you plan to learn Vietnamese with a passionate and supportive teacher, in Hanoi, at a reasonable price, our teaching Vietnamese center is for you. The lessons will be taught easily but effectively at anywhere that suits you best, at your home or in a Cafe, for example, and are reasonably priced.
Studying with us, you will gain good uderstanding the rule to master Vietnamese, the rule that many other tutors can give you but they may not have Linguistics or teaching background. The logic to combine the vowels and consonants is very important for you to have full proficency in Vietnamese. Some combinations are awkward, but some are not. And you will speak as the same as a Hanoian does if you join our class from the beginning. Or if the distance is your obstacle, we can teach and learn online each other 
Please spend a few minutes in looking through our website: http://www.123vietnamese.com/ or gmail 123vietnamese.com@gmail.com to receive free assistance. 
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How to use personal pronouns in daily life (part 2) 
In Vietnamese, the personal pronoun that you use to address one person is basically determined by comparing his/her age to yours. It can also change depending on the specific social context and on the relationship between you and that person... 
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The relationship between parents and children in Vietnam culture is close-knit. Because of the important role of parents, there are uncountable proverbs in the treasure of Vietnamese folk literature, idioms and folksongs expressing gratitude to parents... 
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Besides the famous Halong Bay, Quảng Ninh also has lots of fascinating tourist places that people who live in Vietnam can pay a visit in the hot summer months, such as Paradise island CôTô...
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[Human Chess - Cờ người] 
If you are a chess lover and currently living in Vietnam, you should know that in our country, we take Chinese Chess to the next level, by using real men as chess pieces... 
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Ô ăn quan, can also be called “ăn quan” or “ô quan”, is a traditional game for Kinh children, Vietnam, mainly for girls.

This game is a mind game that involves lots of tactics for two players. Material that are used to prepare and play the game are quite simple to find, usually rocks or leaves.

Ô ăn quan is interesting and easy to play. There are lots of changes to the original game, which they can increase the number of players and change the rules depending on where you live. If you learn Vietnamese culture, give it a try.

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Konichiwa to everybody! The name's Song Anh, I am Vietnamese though but I like to help other people improve their English or Vietnamese. I am 11 yrs old but my English and Vietnamese grades are pretty high. I study in a French school so I also speak French.
I love Gintama, it's my favorite Anime. But sometimes I use cursed words when I'm angry so don't pick a fight with me (1000-7=?)
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When learning Vietnamese, you may here many people talk about the uniqueness of Highland people, we always talk about Rông House as a symbol of the fullness of the Highland culture. Many believe that wherever there is a village, there must be a Rông House.

If the village doesn’t have that house, it means they don’t have a strong sense of life roots. In 2012, there are 600 Rông Houses/ 1000 villages, which still doesn’t match the expectation of the highland people that there is 1 house for 1 village. They are planning to build more and preserve this for tourist purposes.
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Sierva Maria

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Hi!
I was wondering what my name would be in Vietnamese. Could someone write Rafia Ahmed for me in Vietnamese, please?
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Hello, my name is Phuong. I live in Hanoi. Now, I can't speak English well and  want to improve it. Recently, I really tried to speak by listening  to music,  watching many program at Youtube then speak again. About this time, I felt myself confident. But, today, when I study English at center, I really disappointment myself because I can't say what I want, what I think. I'm so sad. So, I want to have a friend who will teach English by talking Skype. I'm very grateful if someone is willing to help me. Thank you so much for it. If you want to study Vietnamese, I will teach you. Thanks for reading it and really sorry if I have bothered. Thank you (^_^)
My skype: NguyenPhuong(Try Best)
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Thank you  for your helping. Yes, we can talk hangouts together. :)
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