Vietnamese is a very difficult language that takes a large expenditure in time and resources to understand and master. This language extends your horizons, beyond the fact that learning Vietnamese offers you a major technical edge.

Anh Vince là người Mỹ, đã học tiếng Việt với SVFF được 2 tháng rồi

Anh Vince is an American an has been learning with SVFF for 2 months.

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Gỏi cuốn ( fresh spring roll ) is a popular Vietnamese dish consisting of pork, prawn, vegetables, bún (bean vermicelli), and other ingredients wrapped in bánh tráng (commonly known as rice paper or cold roll) from Vietnam. Like other spring roll dishes, Chinese immigrants are thought to have originated in China and were imported to Vietnam, but the fresh spring roll has been adapted to accommodate local tastes.

Gỏi cuốn ( fresh spring roll ) are served fresh, while some, including the Vietnamese fried spring roll, are served fried. They are eaten (or cooled at room temperature and are neither deep-fried nor baked on the outside. In Vietnamese restaurants, these rolls are considered to be a very popular appetizer with clients.

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Vietnam Teachers Day is an educational business celebration to honour those employed as teachers. For generations of pupils, this day is an occasion to pay tribute to teachers.

Teachers Day is celebrated in Vietnam to honor the spirit of appreciation for teachers and respect for the ethics of the people of this nation by voicing the teachers’ gratitude and respect.

This video will teach you how to give wishes to Vietnamese teachers on November 20th. Watch this video to learn more

You can find some wishes in this link:

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If you’re learning Vietnamese, you probably know that, first of all, Vietnamese is a tonal language and, second of all, the pronoun system is quite complicated. We use family-based pronouns such as anh (older brother), chị (older sister), em (younger sibling), cô (auntie), chú (uncle) etc. to address individuals of various age groups and sexes, and when talking to friends of about the same age, we use neutral pronouns such as tôi/mình/tớ (I) and bạn/cậu (you). You know that, huh? Are you? All right !

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