The History of how are you in vietnamese


I am still learning Vietnamese and can’t do it well.

You are welcome. I’m sure it’s difficult, but if you want to learn Vietnamese there are online courses that I recommend. Or you can just watch some videos. Just make sure you watch them in English because the native speakers arent as helpful as you think they are.

I think it’s important to note that the vast majority of Vietnamese-speaking people are still learning to speak English. The language isn’t spoken very widely anymore, so it’s not very common to hear it spoken in conversations.

There are several online courses that are specifically focused on learning Vietnamese. They’re all aimed at both children and adults, so you can choose the one that’s right for you. These courses are also very inexpensive and easy to find online, so if you’re thinking about learning Vietnamese, you don’t have to shell out a lot of money.

I have a friend who went through the process of learning how to speak English for a few months. He was able to communicate quite well with his family and the people he worked with, but he had a problem with his English. Eventually he took it upon himself to learn to speak English and now everyone speaks English quite fluently.

As for Vietnamese, I had a lot of questions, but in the end, I figured out that I was not completely at ease speaking Vietnamese so I just took a few courses and learned. As for myself, I am now able to speak fluent Vietnamese in addition to English, though I may still keep my original pronunciation.

The thing about learning to speak Vietnamese is that every day is new and fresh. You’re constantly trying new things and have to relearn what you learned because there’s no time for self-doubt or self-judgment. My guess is that one of the things that makes people most uncomfortable is the fact that the language is very difficult and confusing. It’s not like I feel all that comfortable trying to speak Vietnamese either.

I don’t think learning to speak Vietnamese is as daunting as you think. Though Vietnamese has quite a few words that are difficult to pronounce (especially the ones that go with the names of animals), you don’t have to memorize them. Its like learning to speak any language. Sometimes the language just works out that way. Like, for instance, the way I say my husband’s name is “Bao”. Its pronounced with a “b” and a “o”.

My husband, Eric is still very new to the Vietnamese language. He started learning Vietnamese while taking a break from his studies and now loves sharing it with me. But I must say that learning to speak Vietnamese can be a daunting task. My husband has a very difficult time pronouncing a few words. But it is a language that has a lot of interesting words and phrases that you can really use in conversation.

I know this can be intimidating when you begin to learn a new language, but I’ve found that speaking Vietnamese is really quite enjoyable. Many of the words and phrases can be used in other languages as well.

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