6 Tips for Basic Sentence Structure

6 tips for sentence structure

This video discusses 6 tips that will help you put together a sentence in Hmong. Resources 6 Tips for Hmong Sentence Structure Outline –Download PDF 6 Tips Worksheet –Download PDF 6 Tips Worksheet Answers –Download PDF 6 Tips for Hmong Sentence Structure Many who first start learning Hmong will often say, “I just want to … Read More

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Noun Classifiers Lesson

Video summarizing how noun classifiers work in the Hmong Language. Cheat Sheet Download a PDF cheat sheet of common noun classifiers in Hmong. Noun Classifiers Cheat SheetDownload PDF Extra Research Classifiers worksheet from the book Hmong for Beginners- Download PDF Classifier lesson from ‘Elements of White Hmong Grammar’ (Translated from French) –Download PDF Exhaustive list … Read More

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1.4 Hmong Language – Alphabet – Memrise Flash Cards – Tswv863 Learn to Read Hmong – Beginner 1

Tell me honestly, how do you feel about flash cards when you’re learning a new language? Have the best of intentions of studying your flash cards, but you forget them at home, or you just don’t feel like doing them? Or maybe despite your best intentions, you just can’t get yourself to sit down and … Read More

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4.0 – Hmong Language Vocabulary/Grammar – Personal Pronoun + Verb + Noun

This lesson is moving past pronunciation, and getting into some easy vocabulary and grammar. Wahoo!! This is the beginning of being able to hold conversations. You will be able to put together dozens of sentence combinations with the format provided.  INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: new vocabulary flash cards worksheet for reference and practice Downloads: 4.0 … Read More

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7.1 – Hmong Language – Phrases & Idioms – Sandwich Words & Four-Word Phrases

This lesson will cover two grammar styles that we don’t really have in English. Sandwich phrases are where a two-part word gets a pronoun placed in between them. And Four-Word phrases are a poetic style that is not represented in dictionaries. But we’ll show you how to understand these styles of grammar, how to find … Read More

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1.0 Hmong Language – Alphabet

Want to learn the Hmong language, but don’t know where to start? RIGHT HERE! This is an easy introduction and overview of what to look forward to with the Hmong language and how easy it will be! Thank you for joining us here on Study Hmong.com. This first lesson has been made public as a sample of what we will … Read More

5.0 Hmong Language – Conversation – Introductions

This video revvs up the engines with some conversations. It’s a break down of a common greeting and introduction in the Hmong language. Learn how to say hello and introduce yourself, with a recap of the proper tones and sounds. 🙂 INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: custom worksheet to practice, and write your own phonetics until … Read More

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3.0 Hmong Language – Vocabulary – Numbers

By request I present this comprehensive lesson that teaches the Hmong NUMBERS! 🙂 Here we learn to count, we learn a little about the phenomenon called ‘tone changes’ as they relate to numbers, and we get insight into an old-fashioned technique to help us learn, retain and recall information better in our brain, and at … Read More

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2.0 Hmong Language – Phonics & Pronunciation – The Letter H

Let’s take a close-up look at the Hmong consonant “H” which is super easy! We will see the challenges and how to master this simple but important sound. Get your mints ready. 😉 INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: PDF references from grammar books a fun visual illustration 😉 a video clip from one of my favorite … Read More

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1.3 Hmong Alphabet – Tones Part 1

This video is the first in a two part series on Hmong TONES!  This video is great! I will walk you through the benefits of a tonal language, the names of the Hmong tones, as well as how to pronounce and learn them.  INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: links to other You Tube videos (I do … Read More

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1.3 Hmong Alphabet – Tones Part 2

This video is the second in a two part series on Hmong TONES! This video is great! I will walk you through the benefits of a tonal language, the names of the Hmong tones, as well as how to pronounce and learn them.  INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: links to other videos – (I do not … Read More

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1.1 Hmong Alphabet – Vowels

Welcome back!! This Hmong lesson covers more of the alphabet, specifically the single and double vowels. There’s also reminders for why it’s important to practice them correctly. I’ve done a bunch of research for you! INCLUDED IN THIS LESSON: excerpts from secular grammar books audio files I made worksheets and games I made There are … Read More

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1.2 Hmong Alphabet – Consonants Overview

This video focuses on a general overview of the Hmong Language consonants. I have included other great video resources, most of whom are native Hmong, so that you can really hone in on the right sounds for pronouncing Hmong consonants. (I do not sponsor most of the people linked below, I just found their videos … Read More

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The Hand

PDF Download UPDATE: Above you can download an updated file that includes White and Green Hmong as long as one additional vocab word: tsawj teg -the lower palm. Audio Files Below you can find all of the words in the chart pronounced in Hmong. txhais tes the hand – มือ ntiv tes nta middle finger – นี้วกลาง ntiv tes taw … Read More

The Internal Organs

Downloads Below you can download the updated PDF with White and Green Hmong. The vocabulary in this PDF is covered in the above video. Below you can download the original version of this PDF with the Thai vocabulary included. Audio Files Below you can hear all of the audio files for each internal organ. White/ Green Hmong: lub cev  the … Read More

Action – Object – Modifier in Hmong

Often in English when we talk about an action we add modifying words to that action to show in what manner it was completed. For example, if you say, ‘kick him’ it has one meaning, but if you say, ‘kick him out‘ it has an entirely different meaning because of that modifier ‘out.’ A few more examples are: Stand up. … Read More

Personal Pronouns in Hmong

Thai painting of many people

VIDEO: Personal Pronouns in Hmong The Basic Personal Pronouns in Hmong. Hmong personal pronouns are similar to English, with a few simple differences. Here are the basics: 1st Person – I, me, we Kuv mus lawm. I went. Lit: I go already. Wb yuav mus. We’ll go. Lit: We(2) will go. Peb tsis tuaj. We’re not coming. Lit: We(3+) not … Read More

Turning a verb into a noun in Hmong

road in hmong village

What is a Verb? What is a Noun? A verb is an action word, or a word that describes something that you do as opposed to a ‘thing.’ So a verb could be to run, to eat, to think, to talk, to hear, to like, etc. A noun on the other hand is a person, place, or thing. So a … Read More

Hmong High Frequency Words Memrise Course

Hmong woman feeding chicken

Hmong High Frequency Words To make this course I used a computer generated list of high frequency words that were taken from Bible-based publications. So you may notice some Bible-based terminology mixed in there. However they most certainly contain many words that will be useful in any kind of conversation. More importantly, they are arranged by word frequency. This means … Read More