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Tôi yêu nói chuyện với người Việt vì tôi nghĩ họ rất thú vị. Tôi nghĩ họ cũng thích nói chuyện với tôi vì họ có thể luyện tập nói chuyện với tôi.

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Let's learn another 8 popular Vietnamese slang words which are used everyday by most people in Vietnam.
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The differences between "đâu vào đấy" and "đâu vẫn đấy"?

Learning Vietnamese in Ho Chi Minh City - Đâu vào đấy (or đâu sẽ vào đấy) is a phrase used to placate the fears or concerns of others e.g. “Don’t worry, everything will be alright”.

In comparison, Đâu vẫn đấy (or đâu hoàn đấy) is used to describe things that seem to go well at first, before it is soon realized that nothing in the situation has changed e.g. “I thought he had changed but he didn’t”...

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Truyện Kiều

“Truyện Kiều” (The Story of Kieu) is a poetic novel written about the miserable life of Thuy Kieu. This story, like so many during the feudal era, is one concerning a beautiful and intelligent woman who, despite her talents and grace, was treated without dignity nor respect.

Thúy Kiều was born to a wealthy family. She was known to be a beautiful and clever girl who had mastered everything from songwriting to that of “chess, poetry and painting.” One day, during the Thanh Minh (Grave-visiting festival), while walking with her younger sister Thúy Vân and her younger brother Vương Quan, she stumbled upon the tomb of Đạm Tiên, a talented singer who lived out a rather cruel and unforgiving life. That night, Kiều received an omen in her dream that she too, like that of Đạm Tiên, was destined to endure a miserable life.

Read more: http://vlstudies.com/vn/news--events/learn-vietnamese-online/truyen-kieu/991/1

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With no doubt, Đồng Tháp Mười has become one of the most worth visiting places in Mekong River Delta of Vietnam for all tourists who want to get lost in thousands of lotus which are already famous for its beauty and sense.

Coming to Đồng Tháp Mười, tourists will have a chance to become a very farmer in the west clothes named “Bà ba”, go fishing or get on a boat to pick the beautiful lotus in the early morning. This place is also famous for all couples and family members who want an extraordinary background for their pictures.

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The 10 Stages Of Language Learning

The time has come: you’ve decided to learn a new language! Whether it’s your first adventure into this realm or you’re already a veteran in the area of foreign languages, the path to your goal always follows the same steps. So don’t worry if you sometimes want to throw it all away, or when, after finally understanding those confusing rules, you realize that in reality you’ve still got a long way to go. Errare humanum est said our old friends from Rome: (“to err is human”), and it happens to everyone. The secret is to keep at it. And it’s exactly this persistence that will help you reach that final, longed-for step: triumph.

1. Enthusiasm

It always starts like this… Whether you did it for fun or necessity, you probably struck out on this path with good intentions, high motivation and a spectacular fireworks show of new insights. A good start is half the battle!

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Explaining some of the Vietnamese’s popular idioms

1. Cạn tàu ráo máng

The idiom can be literally translated to: “Empty stable, empty trough” and was originally used to describe the owners’ lack of care for their cattle such as pigs, horses, etc. (in this case troughs and stables are the “bowl of food” for the cattle).

The cattle such as horses and pigs help man with carrying heavy goods, as well as providing us with transportation and food. But the way man leaves them starved and thirsty is a very cruel way.

“The cattle” in this case is a metaphor for man. When a man treats another man “Cạn tàu ráo máng”-ish, you know he has no love and sympathy for the other.

Read more: http://vlstudies.com/vn/news--events/learn-vietnamese-online/explaining-some-of-the-vietnameses-popular-idioms/986/1

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The story of Sơn tinh - Thuỷ tinh

Mị Nương was the daughter of King Hùng XVIIIth. Her beauty was unsurpassed and the monarch was determined that she should marry someone who was exceptional and well matched to her beauty. One day, two suitors arrived at the kingdom to ask for her hand.

The first, who came from the Ba Vì Mountains, was handsome and intelligent and possessed great powers. He pointed his finger to the East, and green rice paddies appeared. He pointed his finger to the West and high mountains rose. He was known as the Prince of the Mountains.

The other hopeful suitor came from the Eastern Sea, and he also had tremendous powers. When he called the wind, it blew as strongly as he commanded. And when he asked for rain, he could have any amount he wished.

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