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Mongolian Language Lessons "Khicheel-1"

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We are pleased to introduce you our new on-line product "Khicheel" Modern Mongolian Language Lessons-1 for beginners. It is on-line service study program to everyone who interested in Mongolian language; those who do work related to Mongolia, those who are planning to visit Mongolia, basically for everyone who wants to learn Mongolian language. Our high qualified instructors, who created this on-line program, acquired great experience to teach Mongolian language to foreigners. This program is perfect for beginners with its clearer, easier and efficient ways.

The "Modern Mongolian Language Lessons-1" starts with the Modern Mongolian Alphabets, both script and typed forms. The program consists of 30 lessons with conversation, vocabulary, grammar, exercises and practices. All words and sentences from the conversation are related to the topic which would stimulate the associative memory to make it easier for understanding. Audio exercises available to listen to and practice anytime to review what you have studied and learned. The course contains approximately 800 common words with basic grammars. Native speakers or advanced learners may find few of the words and phrases are slightly misspelled in some lessons. That's not a careless mistake; it is on purpose of not to confuse beginners with advanced grammar such as "loss of vowel". We paid attention to the conversation structure, phonetics, and vocabulary volume and grammar level, based on the academic education programs for self-study learners. At the end of each lesson there is an additional bonus info regarding to the topic of the certain lesson that helps you to improve your learning of Mongolian language its culture, history and society. We sincerely hope that this online course will be a good foundation for your E-learning and everyone who is using this course will get the real benefit out of it.

By the way, the word "Khicheel" has following meanings like "lesson, class or indrustriousness" also, the root of word calls up to be "diligent or careful", so let's take good care of your study and this is your first khicheel.

Now, it’s time to start, let’s study Mongolian!

If the letters in the lessons appear not correctly, please install Mongolian language from your computer's "Regional and Language" settings.

Lesson 1. The Alphabet
- Vowel differentiation
- Vowel harmony
- Stress or accent
- Practicing Mongolian sound

Lesson 2. Make the acquantance
- Word order in a sentence
- Omission of topic
- Question particles
- Nominative case
- Ablative case
- Past Simple Tense

Lesson 3. Address and Telephone number
- Question particles
- Genitive case
- Present Simple Tense
- Past Tense
- Numbers
- Direction

Lesson 4. How much?
- Imperative
- Future Tense
- Accusative case
- Asking permission

Lesson 5. Making an appointment
- Commitative case
- Dative-Locative case
- Suffix of wishes and decisions
- Days of the week
- Months

Lesson 6. Going to countryside
- Would like form
- Possessive suffix
- The suffix “-д
- Probabilty

Lesson 7. Countryside trip
- Future intention
- The instrumental case
- Collective Numeral suffixes
- Modal particle “-даа
- Modal particle “-шүү
- Particle “л

Lesson 8. Catching a cab
- The conditional converb
- “билээ” is an interrogative particle
- The auxiliary verb

Lesson 9. Bambar is under the table
- The expression “to have
- Postpositions “хажууд, доор, дээр
- The particle “ч
- Present continuous tense

Lesson 10. Places and Locations
- The expression “to have” is “байгаа
- Present progressive tense
- Modal particle “шүү дээ
- 3rd person possessive pronoun

Lesson 11. Weekend
- Plural suffixes
- The Reflexive suffixes

Lesson 12. I like chocolate cake
- Likes and dislikes
- Need something
- The Directional Case
- Don’t

Lesson 13. Birthday gift
- The instrumental case
- Used to
- The infitive form plus dative locative case ending
- noun + “н
- Exclamation

Lesson 14. Mongolian food
- The predicative particle
- The imperfect converb
- Frequency
- Prepositions “дараа, өмнө
- Pre-modifier
- Past Tense as a modifier

Lesson 15. Invitation
- Verb “гэ (нэ)
- The perfective converb
- Phrase “юу ч болсон”
- “юм is a predicate particle

Lesson 16. How long?
- The conjunctions

Lesson 17. Memorial places in UB
- Movement suffixes “-(г)уур, -(г)үүр
- Direction suffixes “-шаа, -шоо, -шээ, -шөө
- ‘to test something’, or ‘to have experience with something’

Lesson 18. City tour
- Expressing the cause
- Another way to tell one’s name

Lesson 19. Eating out
- Calling to someone
- Probability
- An imperative of the second person singular

Lesson 20. Order by phone
- Intention, thought and wish
- “дугаар” means numbers

Lesson 21. Going to a hairdresser�s
- Modal particle "-даа
- Particle “-уу, -үү” at the end of a sentence expresses politeness.

Lesson 22. Weather
- "To intend to, to plan to"
- "It is better to ..."
- Commutative case suffix used as an adjective.
- Hope, 3rd person

Lesson 23. Four seasons
- Superlative
- Modal particle “биз дээ
- The verb "to do so"
- Postposition “шиг

Lesson 24. The schedule
- Must to do smth.

Lesson 25. Refusal
- Collective action
- Instrumental case has temporal meaning
- The verbal nouns used as attributes
- Able to, can, can not to do

Lesson 26. I need warm boots
- Repeating the same words
- Negation of the past tense

Lesson 27. Trading
- Quick completion of an action
- Instrumental case has price meaning
- Ablative used with the word "different" - “өөр
- The particle “ч

Lesson 28. To see a doctor
- The postposition “дараа” after past simple
- Personal possessives

Lesson 29. Part time job
- The “-нгаа, -нгээ, -нгөө, -нгоо” suffix has the meaning of an action running parallel with another action
- “Яагаад гэвэл” expresses the idea of reason
- “-хан, -хэн, -хөн, -хон” suffix is used for signifying a group of people
- Until

Lesson 30. Reading
- The letter

- Words with secret “

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