The Foot in Hmong

The Foot – Documents Below you can download the pdf chart that you saw in the video with all of the vocabulary. The Foot – PDF Chart of VocabularyDownload PDF Below you can download a list of the vocabulary in the excel format which you can use to make flash cards or for whatever you like. The foot vocabulary Excel … Read More

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Qaug – To succumb to

PDF of Powerpoint Slides Qaug – To Succumb Qaug has a unique place in Hmong in that is a commonly used and often idiomatic in its usage. Below are a few examples that will hopefully help clarify the meaning a little bit.

The Upper Skeleton in Hmong

Diagram The Upper Skeleton in HmongDownload PDF Vocabulary List (Excel File) Below you can download a simple list of the vocabulary used in this lesson to use as you please. It can help when making your own flash cards. vocab-of-the-upper-skeletonDownload Excel File The Upper Skeleton in Hmong Below you will find audio files for the vocabulary in this diagram along … Read More

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What To Call A Non-Relative in Hmong

Table of Contents Cheat SheetsResearchMemrise CourseHow to Refer to a Non Relative in HmongIf you are male……and you meet a young boy.…and you meet a man.…and you meet an older man.…and you meet a young girl.…and you meet a woman.…and you meet an older woman.If you are female……and you meet a young boy.…and you meet a man.…and you meet an … Read More

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Anatomy Shape Prefix Words in Hmong

Worksheet Shape-PrefixesDownload PDF This PDF explains the concepts covered in the video along with one additional shape prefix word and a review at the end to test your memory. Research Hmong-for-Beginners-AJ-extract-133-134Download PDF My lesson is based on information from the book Hmong for Beginners. You can download the original information above. Table of Contents caj / caaj – a ridgepob … Read More

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Video 4 – K

Learn and practice how to pronounce and read the Hmong Language from a native Hmong woman. This video teaches the consonant K while practicing letters learned in the previous videos in this series.

Video 3 – T

Learn and practice how to pronounce and read the Hmong Language from a native Hmong woman. This video teaches the consonant T while practicing letters learned in the previous videos in this series.

Family Terms for a Man

Cheat Sheets Below you can download the entire family chart in both Green and White Hmong. For the sake of simplicity, the lessons have been broken up by section so this video just contains the explanation of the terms for the older relatives. Family Terms in White Hmong Family Terms in White HmongDownload PDF Family Terms in Green Hmong Family-Terms-Green-HmongDownload … Read More

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Family Terms for a Woman

Cheat Sheets Below you can download the entire family chart in both Green and White Hmong. For the sake of simplicity, the lessons have been broken up by section so this video just contains the explanation of the terms for the older relatives. Family Terms in White Hmong Family Terms in White HmongDownload PDF Family Terms in Green Hmong Family-Terms-Green-HmongDownload … Read More

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Family Terms in Hmong – The Elders

Cheat Sheets Below you can download the entire family chart in both Green and White Hmong. For the sake of simplicity, the lessons have been broken up by section so this video just contains the explanation of the terms for the older relatives. Family Terms in White Hmong Family Terms in White HmongDownload PDF Family Terms in Green Hmong Family-Terms-Green-HmongDownload … Read More

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“What is this? & What is this called?”

Inspired by Pimsleur’s language teaching style, I use spaced repetition, simple definitions and explanations to learn Hmong sentences and vocabulary quickly and effectively. This video will go over a couple phrases you may want when conversing in Hmong. What is this called? – No hu li cas? What is this? – No yog dabtsi?

Hmong Medical Flash Cards

For anyone interested in learning medical terminology in Hmong, here are my flashcards that I use for my medical interpreting job. They are an always changing work-in-progress. It includes diseases, anatomy, and medicines. The pack focuses mainly on actual, existing Hmong terms, not made up translations of English medical terms.

Ways to say ‘There’ in Hmong

Extra Documents Location-words-by-Annie-JasserDownload PDF The above pdf is an excerpt from Annie Jaisser’s book Hmong For Beginners. It covers all direction words. Direction-words-Jean-MottinDownload PDF The above document is a translated section of Jean Motin’s book Elements of White Hmong Grammar. It is the section on Location words. Lesson Below are slides along with audio (below each slide) that cover each … Read More

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Up There – Down There- Nrad – Ped

Extra Documents Location-words-by-Annie-JasserDownload PDF The above pdf is an excerpt from Annie Jaisser’s book Hmong For Beginners. It covers all direction words. Direction-words-Jean-MottinDownload PDF The above document is a translated section of Jean Motin’s book Elements of White Hmong Grammar. It is the section on Location words. Lesson The Hmong language has quite a few words to express direction. Two … Read More

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PUAS – How to ask a Yes/No question in the Hmong Language

Nyob zoo os. Welcome. Today we are testing an interactive Hmong language class, with the possibility of having more in the future. THANKS so much for joining. -You may want a notebook and pen for taking notes. I am Sarah Gore – Nkauj Dawb. I have been learning Hmong since 2010, and trying to learn more and help others learn. … Read More

Video 2 – O U & W

Learn and practice how to pronounce and read the Hmong Language from a native Hmong woman. This video teaches the vowels O, U and W.

Video 1 – A E & I

Learn and practice how to pronounce and read the Hmong language from a native Hmong woman.  This is the first video in this series teaches the vowels A, E and I.

Anatomy – The Face

PDF Download Below you can download a PDF of the terms for the different parts of the face in Hmong with Thai and English equivalents. The heart necklace she is wearing is real and can bought from SunV’s Etsy Shop. Thank you for the reference! Terms Audio will be added soon. lub ntsej muag the face – หน้าตา hauv xaws … Read More

External Anatomy

PDF Download Below you can download a 2 page pdf that includes Hmong anatomy terms for the outside of the body along with English, Thai equivalents. Terms Audio will be provided soon. lub cev the body – ร่างกาย qhov tsos (lub) armpit – รักแร้ mis (lub) breast – เต้านม txiv mis (lub) nipple – หัวนม ntaws, puj ntaws (lub) navel, … Read More