Ciao! Xin chào!
This is the third meeting for Danh and Sara, but my first-ever meeting. I was warmly welcomed by both of them and got to know each other a little bit. Both Sara and Danh were speaking about verb tense, and it’s really interesting to know how different they are in terms of structure. Sara noted that Italian has many verb tenses and some can be very difficult, so she taught us those simple ones that are mostly used in real life. Sara definitely makes our learning experience a lot better and easier, and I can trust her fully because she knows her country very very well.
For Vietnamese, Danh taught Sara verb tenses too. In contrast with Italian, Vietnamese verb tenses are very simple (you add a specific word prior to the verb and its tense changes) and I think Sara got it perfectly.
I introduced Sara to some popular holidays in Vietnam, both native ones that only celebrated ourselves and some international holidays as well. I really wanted to emphasize the women’s days because that is a very special feature of Vietnam!
From this meeting, we would be talking with themes. And for the next meeting, we’d be talking about food!