Vietnamese doesn't take Sunday as the beginning of the week. Instead, we choose Thứ Hai - Monday. But how to say other days of the week in Vietnamese? Read this lesson below and you will find out the answer!
In this lesson, Phuong Nam Education will show you how to talk about your meals and your shopping in Vietnamese
This lesson will show you how to give your opinions in Vietnamese. It also covers some useful vocabulary, sentence structures and sample dialogues to help you understand easily.
In this lesson, we will cover some vocabulary used to describe your advantages and disadvantages in Vietnamese. Moreover, there are some examples for you to understand easily and know how to use them.
Learning counting numbers is an important part of Vietnamese. This lesson includes how to count numbers in Vietnamese and some situations in which people need to use numbers to express their thoughts.
The first impression is always important because it decides that you will make friends with someone or on the way back. So, today let’s study about adjectives about people’s characters. Let’s get started with us!
Learning a language always starts at a basic level. And one of them is general objects such as books, notebooks, pens… Now, let’s check how we call it in Vietnamese and what’s it for? Maybe for listening, speaking, reading, writing or even just showing.
Typing Vietnamese will be much easier after viewing this post!
Birthday parties are a close topic, but knowing how to talk about it in Vietnamese is not easy for those who want to learn Vietnamese. This lesson will show you sample sentences and vocabulary about birthday parties.
This lesson is about common vocabulary and sentence structures used to ask for permission to do something in Vietnamese. It also has sample dialogues to help you practice easily.