What are Post Verbal Intensifiers?

Download PVI Reference Sheet PVI-Reference-Sheet.pdfDownload PDF Memrise Course Memrise Course: PVI Click the above button to go to the Memrise.com card pack created to help you memorize the Post Verbal Intensifiers taught in this lesson. The course includes audio as well. What are Post Verbal Intensifiers? Post verbal intensifiers are words that help to add meaning and/or intensity to an … Read More

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PDF: Post Verbal Intensifiers Reference Sheet

What is this reference sheet? The post verbal intensifier reference sheet is a thoroughly researched list of common post verbal intensifiers in Hmong. It includes an introductory explanation of what post verbal intensifiers are and many reference examples to help clarify the meaning of each word. Download Here

Hmong Tone Change – The D Tone for Direction Words

Hmong Tone Change ā€“ The D Tone for Direction Words Cheatsheet/ Worksheet Worksheet-Cheat-SheetDownload PDF Tone change is something that happens a lot in Hmong. While it is true that most tone change in Hmong takes place due to the tone of the previous word, the ā€˜Dā€™ tone is a special case. When you see the D tone, it has almost … Read More

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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