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Thuc hanh tieng Viet. Trinh do C : sach dung cho nguoi nuoc ngoai / Doan Thien Thuat ... [et al.]
Bib ID 317126
Format BookBook
Description Ha noi : The gioi, 2001 
250 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: Dai hoc Quoc gia Ha Noi, Trung tam Nghien cuu Viet Nam va Giao luu Van hoa.

In Vietnamese.

Subjects Vietnamese language - Readers.  |  Vietnamese language - Study and teaching - Foreign speakers.  |  Vietnamese language - Textbooks for foreign speakers.
Other authors/contributors Nguyen, Khanh Ha  |  Pham, Nhu Quynh  |  Dai hoc quoc gia Ha Noi. Trung tam nghien cuu Viet Nam va giao luu van hoa

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