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Old 13-03-2019, 11:16
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At what time does he wake up or start to open his music everyday? If the next-door residents have any complain about his disturbance, talk with them and draw them to his door to work the issue out together. Otherwise, it enables you to plan B. Now, at the moment when he begins to give you his daily dose, retaliate by sending him your particular kind of music (or a certain source of noise pollution) whatever at the same pitch, that you have prepared beforehand. Some insane suggestions could be: funeral instrumental music, or some southerner traditional fiddle music with mourning vocal or those along the line, etc.

Be sure to have your ears protected, make deafened with earplugs and enjoy the CONCERT.

The best solution for any unsatisfied matter is to make it, the problem more visible, obvious to common sense of frustration. Turn it into an evident issue and then get the hell out of it.

/Once upon a time, when I got fed up with shaving my beard every morning, I decided to let it grow all over my face and only trim the hair with scissors when I need. Arghh!! again I write long essay like my manhood.
The general consensus is to seek help from someone with higher authority. In this case the ideal way to do it is filing a noise complaint against the noisy neighbor then submit it to the landlord. If asking nicely didn't help then why'd you think gathering people with similar complaint would help? They're most likely not going to cave.
Your plan B isn't sound either it's just basically stooping down to their level. Instead of having just one noisy resident in the whole neighborhood now there's two. Your suggestion might be a joke but in the event that it's not, just saying that it's childish and unnecessary. 
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Old 13-03-2019, 16:11
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Old 13-03-2019, 16:57
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Hi there!
Inbox me, please! Because right now I'm also looking for someone who can speak French. But, obviously you have to help me improve my language skills as my French is terrible
As you suggested, I have sent you a message about the matter.
I prefer bombarding this place with the language for public, open discussion and a sign of visual terrorism. erm!

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The general consensus is to seek help from someone with higher authority. In this case the ideal way to do it is filing a noise complaint against the noisy neighbor then submit it to the landlord. If asking nicely didn't help then why'd you think gathering people with similar complaint would help? They're most likely not going to cave.
Your plan B isn't sound either it's just basically stooping down to their level. Instead of having just one noisy resident in the whole neighborhood now there's two. Your suggestion might be a joke but in the event that it's not, just saying that it's childish and unnecessary. 
Your orthodox reliance is the most basic, effective and legitimate solution all the time when you take an initial measure against any general dispute. Mostly expected in law-abiding developed societies. Vietnam has never been an excellent example among them, it sounds discouraging but apparently true.

Frankly, the suggestion was made with a touch of humour, but this type of relevant counter-attack and its efficiency has been approved many times.

It's said that the best answer to terrorism is terrorism, blood for blood or most common 'what goes around come around', when the wrongdoer receives the same loss and emotional effects as the victim. By doing so, teach him for a better savoir-faire/lol gallicisme.

Humanly speaking, compassion, tolerance and benevolence would be the best reconciliatory curing medicines for all human vices, greed and hate, but the best remedy asks for the best practioner to put into use. Not all of us are able to utilize such an instrument deep inside, they as a replacement seek for a weapon.
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Old 13-03-2019, 17:01
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Old 14-03-2019, 08:54
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uhmm..
Hi, I've received your message so far. However, it's really, really difficult for me now to speak and write French. Could we use both English and French simultaneously, I mean we can write in English first, then in French (translated)?
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Old 14-03-2019, 09:50
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dudes, i feel powerless improving english, can you give me an motivation please
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dudes, i feel powerless improving english, can you give me an motivation please
Rome wasn't built in a day, be persistent my friend
Personally, I don't have any motivation when I first started to learn English, it was a mere subject at school to me. But thanks to it, I was able to understand a lot of things which I liked (songs lyrics, games & movies plot, etc.) and then I could converse with people all around the world about the subjects that I loved and was eager to talk about. Think about the possibility of learning (or at least, reading) new stuff that normally would be outdated in Vietnamese
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Old 14-03-2019, 10:38
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Rome wasn't built in a day, be persistent my friend
Personally, I don't have any motivation when I first started to learn English, it was a mere subject at school to me. But thanks to it, I was able to understand a lot of things which I liked (songs lyrics, games & movies plot, etc.) and then I could converse with people all around the world about the subjects that I loved and was eager to talk about. Think about the possibility of learning (or at least, reading) new stuff that normally would be outdated in Vietnamese
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When I read any article in F33, especially translated articles from any other sources, I have to read the original (maybe in English) to know exactly if the information of both articles (original and translated) are "correct". That's now been my way to learn English.
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Old 14-03-2019, 11:30
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'what goes around comes around'
Didn't even notice I drop a letter here by mistake, sorry.

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...bites the dust
ekk, I have studied and read French literature for a while and this looks like to be derived from the overseas corresponding version: "mordre la poussière" even so it is used in most cases especially writtings to mean "to die", in stead.


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Hi, I've received your message so far. However, it's really, really difficult for me now to speak and write French. Could we use both English and French simultaneously, I mean we can write in English first, then in French (translated)?
I thought you that you were looking for a speaking partner...? It's shocking unfeasible to seek to practice your verbal skill when you are only at the starting point and have (nearly) no basics.

Read thoroughly my previous post, may we put a try right here before any further means of communication?
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ekk, I have studied and read French literature for a while and this looks like to be derived from the overseas corresponding version: "mordre la poussière" even so it is used in most cases especially writtings to mean "to die", in stead.
Figuratively, yes. But it also means "one has failed miserably"
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