Is Mongolian a hard language to learn?
The Mongolian language is hard to learn. Yes, it is spoken by very few people in the world, but when you’re in Mongolia or among Mongolians, it is never difficult to find people willing to speak with you in their native language. No, what makes Mongolian hard is the lack of accessibility to good learning materials.
How long does it take to learn Mongolian?
How long will it take until I can speak Mongolian? After just 3 hours of learning you will be able to engage in simple conversations, and after 50 hours of learning time you will have reached fluency in Mongolian.
Where can I learn to speak Mongolian?
Basic Vocabulary and Grammar
- Memrise. Memrise is one of our favorite language learning apps for any language!
- Learn Mongolian – Free WordPower.
- Learn Mongolian – Word Power 101.
Is Mongolian a dead language?
Mongolian is related to the extinct Khitan language. It was believed that Mongolian is related to Turkic, Tungusic, Korean and Japonic languages but this view is now seen as obsolete by a majority of (but not all) comparative linguists….Mongolian language.
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Why is Mongolian so hard?
Sentence Structure The Mongolian language is one of the members of the Altaic language family, which gets its name from the Altai Mountains in the heart of central Asia. The sentence structure is very different than Indo-European languages which makes it difficult for native English speakers.
Is Mongolian worth learning?
Mongolian is one of the lesser studied languages in the world. However, it has a long and interesting history and is well worth your time to take a look at. To anyone who is a native English speak this will be difficult as these issues are not found in English.