Vietnamese Learning



“Be brave enough to try something new; you might just succeed.”

~Stacey Kehoe~

It’s great to be able to learn new things. Learning Vietnamese is one of them. Foreigners can learn Vietnamese with courses, dictionaries and so on. However, learning Vietnamese directly from native speakers is extraordinary. That is why I really enjoy this activity. Mr. Tien and the volunteers were very patient in teaching us.

 

This activity is carried out once a week. In this activity we were taught how to introduce ourselves using Vietnamese, mentioning the nominal currency in Vietnamese, as well as everyday conversations that can help us communicate with the public. And the most special is Mr. Tien taught us how to say thank you in beautiful sentences, which of course we can convey to our mentors because they always help us in teaching practice. Here are the pictures of Vietnamese Learning:

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