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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy (2017)

  • Foreigners learning Vietnamese often ask the question if there is a Vietnamese word which is equivalent to ‗please‘ in English. An analysis of strategies for translating the word ‗please‘ in the Vietnamese translations of the two novels The Life of Pi and Slumdog Millionaire shows that there is more than one way to say ‗please‘ in Vietnamese language. This study indicates that the choice of strategies depends on the context and the role of communication of interlocutors.

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy; Bui, Xuan Phuong (2018)

  • This study is to synthesize the HA-Chitosan composite materials for medical enginerging applications. XRD and SEM analyses confirmed the precipitation and dispersion of HA on the structural network of chitosan polymer material. The dispersion of HA particles depended on the concentration of the chitosan solution. The volumetric mass density and Compressive strength of composite HA-Chtosan were also determined. These values increased as a function of modeling press. In addition, volumetric mass density and compressive strength in composite containing higher chitosan had higher values.

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy (2016)

  • What are culturally specific linguistic features of Vietnamese texts? A comparison of five Australian short stories and their translation texts in Vietnamese has revealed one of the features, a mismatch in the word classes: several nouns in English are shifted to verbs in Vietnamese. To answer the question whether verbs sound more natural than nouns in Vietnamese, the present study measured recipients” responses to the naturalness of sentences containing verbs in the translation texts, which had been translated from nouns in the original texts. The study, following Bachman”s (1990) framework, employed the method of Multiple-choice Discourse Completion Tasks (MDCT). The results of the...

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy (2016)

  • What are culturally specific linguistic features of Vietnamese texts? A comparison of five Australian short stories and their translation texts in Vietnamese has revealed one of the features, a mismatch in the word classes: several nouns in English are shifted to verbs in Vietnamese. To answer the question whether verbs sound more natural than nouns in Vietnamese, the present study measured recipients” responses to the naturalness of sentences containing verbs in the translation texts, which had been translated from nouns in the original texts. The study, following Bachman”s (1990) framework, employed the method of Multiple-choice Discourse Completion Tasks (MDCT). The results ...

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy (2017)

  • Foreigners learning Vietnamese often ask the question if there is a Vietnamese word which is equivalent to ‗please‘ in English. An analysis of strategies for translating the word ‗please‘ in the Vietnamese translations of the two novels The Life of Pi and Slumdog Millionaire shows that there is more than one way to say ‗please‘ in Vietnamese language. This study indicates that the choice of strategies depends on the context and the role of communication of interlocutors.

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy; Bui, Xuan Phuong (2018)

  • This study is to synthesize the HA-Chitosan composite materials for medical enginerging applications. XRD and SEM analyses confirmed the precipitation and dispersion of HA on the structural network of chitosan polymer material. The dispersion of HA particles depended on the concentration of the chitosan solution. The volumetric mass density and Compressive strength of composite HA-Chtosan were also determined. These values increased as a function of modeling press. In addition, volumetric mass density and compressive strength in composite containing higher chitosan had higher values.

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy (2016)

  • What are culturally specific linguistic features of Vietnamese texts? A comparison of five Australian short stories and their translation texts in Vietnamese has revealed one of the features, a mismatch in the word classes: several nouns in English are shifted to verbs in Vietnamese. To answer the question whether verbs sound more natural than nouns in Vietnamese, the present study measured recipients” responses to the naturalness of sentences containing verbs in the translation texts, which had been translated from nouns in the original texts. The study, following Bachman”s (1990) framework, employed the method of Multiple-choice Discourse Completion Tasks (MDCT). The results of the...

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  • Authors: Pham, Thi Thuy (2016)

  • What are culturally specific linguistic features of Vietnamese texts? A comparison of five Australian short stories and their translation texts in Vietnamese has revealed one of the features, a mismatch in the word classes: several nouns in English are shifted to verbs in Vietnamese. To answer the question whether verbs sound more natural than nouns in Vietnamese, the present study measured recipients” responses to the naturalness of sentences containing verbs in the translation texts, which had been translated from nouns in the original texts. The study, following Bachman”s (1990) framework, employed the method of Multiple-choice Discourse Completion Tasks (MDCT). The results ...