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The new phrase I learned today. My best translation: The more I eat, the hungrier I am. Haha. Any of you have hungry fianceés (fiancés)? We have not seen each other for more than 9 months. I hope it will not be too much longer. 2 months, at the outside, I think. If we are lucky, much sooner.

Please write in with pithy Vietnamese phrases. I want to learn & teach more, if I can.

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The new phrase I learned today. My best translation: The more I eat, the hungrier I am. Haha. Any of you have hungry fianceés (fiancés)? We have not seen each other for more than 9 months. I hope it will not be too much longer. 2 months, at the outside, I think. If we are lucky, much sooner.

Please write in with pithy Vietnamese phrases. I want to learn & teach more, if I can.

Thương cho lắm, cắn cho đau.

The phrase has several meanings. The more you love, the more you can hurt each other. Sometimes she hates you because she still loves you so very much.

Thương = Love

Lắm = Very

Cắn = Bite

Đau = Hurt


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So, if I understand correctly, a word-for-word translation would be: Love give very [much], bite give hurt. Phải không? Hehe. Thanks!

Lol, that bite can hurt in so many levels.


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2007-07-17 : Marriage

2007-08-14 : I-130 Sent

2007-10-02 : I-130 NOA1

2008-03-06 : I-130 NOA2

NVC

2008-03-18 : NVC Case # Assigned

2008-04-28 : I-864EZ Cleared at NVC

2008-05-19 : NVC Forwarded Case to HCMC

CONSULATE

2008-05-21 : HCMC Received Electronic File

2008-06-05 : Interview Passed!

2008-06-17 : Visa in Hand

US

2008-06-24 : POE - Newark

2008-07-24 : Received Green Card

2008-08-25 : Received SS Card

2010-04-12 : I-751 and Check Sent

2010-04-21 : I-751 NOA Received - 1 Year Extension

2010-08-20 : 10-Year Green Card Arrived

Naturalization

2012-08-27 : File N-400

2012-08-31 : Check Cashed

2012-09-06 : N-400 NOA

2012-09-19 : Biometric Appointment and Fingerprint

2012-10-15 : Receive Naturalization Interview Date

2012-11-19 : Naturalization Interview Completed

2013-01-14 : Oath Letter received

2013-01-16 : Oath Ceremony / Become US Citizen

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I talked with my finacee Mai today, as every day, and I told her about the saying, Thương cho lắm, cắn cho đau. She had heard it a little differently, Thương nhau lắm, cắn nhau đau. Maybe that is a difference of the North and South. But I think it has the same meaning.

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