Posted February 07, 2018 05:16:49I am not Vietnamese, I am English.

So, the first thing that pops into my head is how I could possibly learn Vietnamese.

So I started researching the language and it seemed that Vietnamese was only spoken in a few parts of Vietnam.

So my parents suggested I try out a few of the languages that they could learn.

Vietnamese was also on my list.

I have been a long time fan of the Vietnamese and it was really nice to finally learn something new.

Vietnam has an amazing culture, it has many different things that make it unique from many other countries.

For example, Vietnamese people have been fighting for independence from the British for centuries.

Vietnam also has a strong sense of history.

For instance, I love the movie My Cousin Vinh.

This movie is about a Vietnamese couple who try to reunite with their lost family and rebuild their lives.

It was so amazing to watch.

I have been traveling for a long while and so it was a bit nerve-wracking to start learning a new language.

But, I had a great time learning Vietnamese.

I was so proud to learn the language!

I learned the most difficult part of Vietnamese: pronunciation.

But I am happy with how it turned out.

The Vietnamese pronunciation is not very good, but it is still easy to learn.

I love that Vietnamese people love to learn new things.

They always want to try something new and find out what is new.

I learned the hardest part of my Vietnamese pronunciation, so I learned it in a class with other Vietnamese students and my teacher.

I will probably study this Vietnamese pronunciation for a while and try to make my own mistakes.

Vintage Vietnamese dress, circa 1960s.

Source:  Hao Huynh/FlickrThe Vietnamese pronunciation does not always make sense.

Some people use it to mean the opposite of what it actually means.

For some people, Vietnamese is pronounced with the long vowels and for others it means the long vowel sound.

For me, it does not make sense to me.

I am trying to learn Vietnamese to be more like my mother, so the pronunciation is definitely not right.

I do know that Vietnamese is very important to me, so when I saw this video I was happy.

I feel like I am learning Vietnamese with my mother.

Vulcanian people also have their own traditions and rituals.

For one thing, the traditional dress for Vietnamese is a long robe, or the red and black skirt, and this is how they dress to meet people.

I also know that some Vietnamese people like to wear their hair in braids.

I would love to see more people learning Vietnamese!

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact me.