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    Re: Teacher's day

    Quote Originally Posted by Nguyen Tuyet View Post
    Thanks Harry! but i have some adjustment, I am not Nguyen. Nguyen is my family name. I am Tuyet means Snow. In my language family name goes first.
    O.k Then if you write your name in English put your name in front, Tuyet. Just like this Tuyet Nguyen and nobody will mix it.

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    O.k Then if you write your name in English put your name in front, Tuyet. Just like this Tuyet Nguyen and nobody will mix it.
    thanks for suggestion, Harry. But I am Vietnamese, and I like write as the way that Vietnamese always write.

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    #13

    Re: Teacher's day

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    I think it's high time British teachers thought about it.
    The only Teachers I know comes out of a bottle

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    #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    The only Teachers I know comes out of a bottle
    I think teachers everywhere in the world are highly-respected and badly-paid specialists. Any ideas?

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    #15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nguyen Tuyet View Post
    thanks for suggestion, Harry. But I am Vietnamese, and I like write as the way that Vietnamese always write.
    Quite right!

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    #16

    Re: Teacher's day

    Quote Originally Posted by Nguyen Tuyet View Post
    thanks for suggestion, Harry. But I am Vietnamese, and I like write as the way that Vietnamese always write.
    You are welcome,Tuyet ! I just wanted the whole English speaking world not to mix your name and surname. We also write our surname, name and father's name in the end.

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