Learning Vietnamese by talking to local Vietnamese people

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Re: Learning Vietnamese by talking to local Vietnamese people

Postby Tenebrarum » 2013-02-04, 18:11

abcdefg wrote:Hi Nghia, welcome to the forum! Hope you will have a nice time here! :D (which I'm sure you will :) )

I bet he'll disappear before reaching 20 posts. :lol:

By the way, change your location back to Hanoi, abcdefg. :wink: You're gonna stay there and you're gonna stay there forever. :twisted:
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Re: Learning Vietnamese by talking to local Vietnamese people

Postby abcdefg » 2013-02-05, 8:16

Awwwwwww :( you are so evil :doggy:
*will change it later when I'm less lazy.
Tôi kể người nghe chuyện Phố-trong-sông,
chuyện những mùa Đông đi qua thời con gái.
Bóng đổ dài, bước chân người mê mải
Gió chở mùa về,
hoang hoải cả giấc mơ..

הענט

Re: Learning Vietnamese by talking to local Vietnamese people

Postby הענט » 2013-02-05, 12:45

There are tons of Vietnamese here to practice with, but after a few lessons from my teacher, I got sloppy and now I can't produce the tones right, so I concentrate on my current task first. :)

There's something exciting about it, because I have been growing up and used to hang around with my Vietnamese friends and because they were looked after by one of their mothers (Slovak) I knew a lot of them and we hang out all together. I was the only white boy there actually. I loved playing the old NES copies with Filip, but then he started to learn a lot more seriously and we didn't have much time to spend together. About the Vietnamese language I became curious much much later. :D


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