It's really a great pleasure for me to be one of the student bloggers of BBC Learning English site. Actually, I just knew BBC Learning English a short time ago when I visited my teacher's blog (I will tell you more about him later) but I was deeply impressed by your wonderful writings here. I thought it would be a great chance for me to improve my English, so I decided to join the Blog competition... And great news came... Now I'M HERE with youuuuuu!
Firstly, let me introduce something about myself... A young and "lovely" girl from Vietnam - a nice country with "S" Shape in Asia. My name is Duong Thanh Ha, Duong is my family name, and Ha is my first name. In Vietnam, we usually call others by using their first name, but our first name is put in the last ^^ So please call me Ha... Here is a picture of me when I defended my Bachelor's thesis last year.
I graduated from Foreign Trade University in Vietnam in 2006 and I am now working for ANZ Banking Group Ltd. (Vietnam). I love my job here but I still want to improve myself more so that I can go abroad to pursue my Master in the near future. I can speak 3 languages, Vietnamese (of course), English and Chinese. I have learnt English when I was a very small child (about 7 years old) till now and I spent 5 years in the university to study Chinese as well. I love learning foreign languages as they help me to understand more about the countries, people and their cultures.
Oaaaa... I have so many things to tell so I don't know where to start, what to blog first... It would be so great if all of you support me in the next 30 days of the month by reading and posting comments on my blogs. Hope that July will be a great month for me to improve my English by sharing with friends in BBC Learning English about me myself, my life, my work, my feelings, my friends, my family, my colleagues, my organization, my country...
It's enough for my first entry ^^. Next entry will be about my lovely teacher who brings me to BBC Learning English site... C u tomorrow!!!
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