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We are happy to congratulate the successful graduates of the inaugural intensive spoken Burmese class with MMLC in Yangon.
Over 10 days, four students worked hard but had fun developing their spoken Burmese skills and gaining confidence speaking Burmese in everyday situations.
I attended Moe’s Beginners course. She is a methodical teacher and doesnt leave anyone behind. Her material is practical for your everyday use. I highly recommend her course, Moe is a fabulous teacher and a lovely, patient lady.
– Penelope Hamilton
Dr. Moe Chit and her staffs are delighted to help expats and tourists alike learn Burmese. Whatever your language level or learning needs, Burmese spoken and written classes are available to suit even the busiest of schedules.
If you’re thinking of trying to learn the language, I was also on Moe’s Beginner’s Course and would wholeheartedly agree with everything Penelope said. I barely knew how to pronounce ‘mingalaba’ properly 10 days ago, and now I really feel like I’m on the way to learning my first foreign language. It really is an excellent course and Moe is fantastic.
– Phil Poirier
We wish our students well and hope they continue to practice and improve their Burmese language skills!
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Effective and fun learning materials
Experienced and adaptive teachers
Our conveniently-located and fully equipped learning centre
Master Burmese, Faster
Today I uploaded a new free online Burmese lesson I have created in Powerpoint.
It’s interactive and you can run it on any computer that supports Powerpoint.
You can learn the basic script and spoken words for common phrases, directions and numbers. This will be really helpful ‘survival Burmese’ for you when you go to Myanmar. The numbers are very important to be able to both read and speak; this will help you when shopping in Myanmar and negotiating prices for taxis and so on. The directions will help you get to where you want to go in Myanmar and the common phrases will make the Myanmar people you interact with very happy that you are making the effort to try and speak in their language!
Give it a try and please let me know what you think. If you want more information about lessons, please contact me using the box on the right.