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 lots of activities here for … 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 helpful.) Covering these consonant sounds … Read More

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How to say ‘I can’ in Hmong

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Hmong has several ways to say you ‘can’ do something, each with it’s own unique shade of meaning. The basic ‘I can’ with ‘tau.’ The word ‘tau’ in Hmong has a basic meaning of to ‘get’ or ‘achieve.’ It is used somewhat more complexly than that, however. Generally speaking, when ‘tau’ appears after a verb it means it is a … Read More

Hmong Glossary of Grammar

Hmong Glossary of Grammar A usable glossary of grammar with examples.      A note for understanding Hmong grammar: Languages are like different brands of cars. They all have the same basic parts, with the same basic functions. Each one is a little different, though. Generally, you can’t take a part out of one brand and just install it in … Read More