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Mingalapar

Our qualified native-speaking tutors bring years of experience to your service. Our tutors have experience in business communication and will get you up to speed with spoken everyday Burmese in no time

The Burmese Script

Burmese is written with a syllabic script

. Its basic unit is a consonant-based syllable with an inherent /a/ vowel which is suppressed by a circular stroke above the character.

It is written horizontally from left to right and its basic set of symbols consists of 33 consonants and 14 vowels.

/k/ ကကြီး /ká ʥì/

ka is the first letter of the Burmese alphabet

/kh/ ခခွေး /khá gwè/

kha is the second letter of the Burmese alphabet

/g/ ဂငယ် /gá ŋε̄/

ga is the third letter of the Burmese alphabet

Learn the local nuances

Burmese is a tonal language. A change of tone can be a faux pas.
Learn the native tones and the immerse yourself in the local culture.

We teach...

  • Burmese

  • Chinese

  • English

  • Korean

  • Japanese

  • Arakanese

What our clients say

How has been the Burmese experience? Hear from our newest members.

I can wholeheartedly recommend Hsuzen. They were patient enough to explain small cultural nuances of the language.
Hrishikesh (India)
Practising for 6 months
I really enjoyed learning Burmese on this platform. The teachers are very kind, and patient in helping me with the language.
I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning Burmese.
Choo Kay Wei (Singapore)
Attended the intensive Burmese classes
Learning the language from natives makes such a difference.
Silvia Cruz
Practising for 4 months
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Since 2017

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A language as rich as the culture

A long and rich cultural life runs through Myanmar’s long and rich history, with Buddhist architecture the most dazzling example of this nation’s creativity

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Communicate effectively with the local people

Address

Hledan Commercial Complex
Yangon, Myanmar

Phone

+9597-873-82385
+9592-528-11505

Email Address

burmeseforyou@gmail.com

Business Hours

Monday/Friday: 8am to 6pm
Saturday: 9am to 12am