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In this course I will teach you how to pronounce the Hmong consonants, vowels and tones which what makes each Hmong word. I also provide detailed illustrations for consonants that I know are difficult for English speakers to pronounce. In addition, I will also teach you the Hmong pronouns as well as Hmong greetings and basic phrases so that you can apply what you will learn from this course in real life. And most importantly, I will also include the PDF of my book called Learn Hmong the Jay Way which you will find it useful for speaking and writing Hmong since it covers the Hmong grammar.
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|Section 1: Contents|
|Section 2: The Hmong people, culture and language|
The Hmong people and culturePreview
The Hmong LanguagePreview
The Hmong Language
|Section 3: The Hmong pronunciation for the English 26 alphabet|
How to pronounce the A to F alphabetPreview
How to pronounce the G to L alphabetPreview
How to pronounce the G to L alphabet
How to pronounce the S to X alphabetPreview
How to pronounce the S to X alphabet
How to pronounce the letter C in Hmong
How to pronounce the letter K in Hmong
How to pronounce the letter P in Hmong
How to pronounce the letter Q in HmongPreview
How to pronounce the letter R in Hmong
How to pronounce the letter T in Hmong
How to pronounce the letter W in Hmong
Review the letter A to Z
Review the 26 letters in English followed by Hmong
Review the 26 alphabet in Hmong
|Section 4: The Hmong Vowels|
How to pronounce the Hmong vowels a - ePreview
How to pronounce the Hmong vowels ee to ooPreview
How to pronounce the Hmong vowels u to wPreview
Hmong single and double vowels
Practice reading vowels
|Section 5: How to read some simple Hmong words|
Reading some simple Hmong words
|Section 6: The Hmong Tones|
The Hmong TonesPreview
Reading simple words with the b and m tonesPreview
3c - 7-30 Reading simple words with tones
The Hmong B, S and M tones
Read Hmong words with the B, S and M tones
The Hmong Blank Tone
Practice reading words with tones
The rising and falling tones
The J tone
Review the 7 tones
Practice reading Hmong and English
How many tones are in the Hmong language?
|Section 7: Hmong single consonants|
Single consonants B to FPreview
Single consonant G to L
Single consonant M to R
Single consonant S to X
Read words with tonesPreview
Consonants and picturesPreview
|Section 8: The Hmong double consonants|
The Hmong double consonant CHPreview
The Hmong double consonant DH
The Hmong double consonant HL
The Hmong consonant Hn
The Hmong consonants Kh to Np
How to pronounce the consonant NQ
How to pronounce the consonant NR
How to pronounce the consonant Nt
How to pronounce the consonant Ny and Ph
How to pronounce the consonant Pl and Qh
How to pronounce the consonant Rh and Th
How to pronounce the consonant Ts
How to pronounce the consonant Tx
Pictures and words
Practice reading words part 1Preview
Practice reading words part 2
Learn some Hmong words and English
How to pronounce the consonant Xy
|Section 9: The Hmong triple consonants|
The Hmong triple consonantsPreview
How to pronounce Hml
How to pronounce the consonant Hny
How to pronounce the consonant Nch
How to pronounce the consonant Nkh and Nph
How to pronounce the consonant Npl
How to pronounce the consonant Nqh and Nrh
How to pronounce the consonant Nth and Nts
How to pronounce the consonant Ntx and Plh
How to pronounce the consonant Tsh and Txh
Triple consonants and pictures
Review the triple consonants
The H-Prefix and H-Suffix Consonants
Triple consonants lessons learned
|Section 10: The Hmong quadruple consonants|
How to pronounce the quadruple consonants
Pictures and consonants
7 5-5 Lessons learned
|Section 11: The Hmong pronouns|
The Hmong pronounsPreview
I am the author of the Hmong Dictionary called "Lus Hmoob Txhais" as well as the book called "Learn Hmong the Jay Way." I am not a linguist nor have extensively education in that area; however, I have an unyielding passion to preserve and improve the Hmong language. Like I said, "Knowing another language is like knowing another cooking recipe." I am also the owner and creator of the Hmongdictionary [.] com where I have provided online translation, from Hmong to English, to many people around the world since 2005.
I was also one of the key contributors to the Microsoft Translator project back in 2011 where I provided my dictionary for the initial database creation of their Hmong to English translation.
I had taught many Hmong classes as well as provided presentations about the Hmong people, culture and their language in the past. I also provide translation to a few professional translation services online.