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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

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Wednesday at 02:49 PM
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Hi Sharon Seegers,

Thanks for posting! "Kế hoạch" is a noun, means "a plan", while "lên kế hoạch" is a verb, means "to plan something" or "to make a plan". Let us know if you have any other questions!



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Sharon Seegers
Thursday at 02:58 AM
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What does "lên kế hoạch" mean and how is it different from "kế hoạch"?

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Monday at 12:53 PM
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Hi Craig,

Thank you for your feedback, we are happy that you are enjoying our lessons. Regarding your suggestions, we will defintely take it into our consideration and will add them if necessary.

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Wednesday at 04:03 AM
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Good lesson. I think the vocabulary list should include bọn em, which seems to be very useful and lên kế hoạch since it is a usage of lên that I've not seen before and which my Viet-English dictionary doesn't explain. My wife said it's normal usage to mean completing or writing up a plan so I guess it's a good one to know. Maybe those expressions are in a vocabulary list for a previous lesson?

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Thursday at 11:46 AM
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Hello Ash,

Thank you for your feedback.

You can follow the lines by reading the Lesson Notes along.

Please try it. We hope it helps.

Let us know if you have any question.



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Tuesday at 07:56 PM
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Even at half speed, this is too advanced for absolute beginners. The language needs to be graded appropriately - otherwise how do you expect the learner to pick up the phrases?