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‘How to Teach Myanmar Language more effectively as a Foreign Language’
(International Conference on Language Policy, Multicultural and Multilingual Settings, 2014)
Language teaching has started in Myanmar since the Bagan period. It can be seen on four sides of Rajakumar stone inscription of Pali, Mon, Pyu and Myanmar Language. Among them, Pali language teaching dominated in monasteries ...
A Study of the usage ‘Ger Aye who is beaten by her mother’ in Myanmar Language
(International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies in Transition: Connectivity, Changes and Challenges at Chiangmai University, Thailand, 2015)
The aim of this paper is to present Myanmar usage ‘Ger Aye who is beaten by her mother’ from the standpoint of Sociolinguistics. Myanmar Language derived from Tibeto-Chinese family of languages. Myanmar language is tone ...