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my name's TatThang. I'm just a new member. I come from Vietnam. I think that all of you know Vietnam by the War. That's right and i proud to say that people in Vietnam are very friendly. If you have the oppotunities to go around the world. I think you should visit Vietnam because it's a beautiful place.
I know that website by my friend.
i really want to improve my English because i want to study abroad.
i hope all of you and me will become friend and we will help each other to get better and better
My name's TatThang. I'm just a new member. I'am a Vietnamese. I think (that) all of you know Vietnam by the War. That's right, and I'am proud to say that people in Vietnam are very friendly. If you have the oppotunity to go around the world, I think you should visit Vietnam because it's a beautiful place.
I know this website by my friend.
I really want to improve my English because I want to study abroad.
I hope we all become friends and we help each other to get better and better.Thank you.
Sorry, aous2, but "I come from Vietnam" is perfectly correct.
"I'am a Vietnamese" should be "I'm Vietnamese".
Vietnamese is an adjective so it doesn't need the article "a" -- and when you say "I'm" the apostrophe replaces the"a" in "am".
Hello, TatThang. Good luck learning this language.
I like it when people correct my mistakes.
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