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Greetings from the director

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Language is an essential part of human’s life. I am proud to be a Mongolian language teacher and have a chance to increase the knowledge of my country in its own words. It is our privilege and joy not only to teach our language but also to help people living and working in this wide and peaceful country  while introducing them to its laid-back population, nature, history, culture and traditions.

Although there are only a few people in the world who speak and write the Mongolian language yet it is still advisable for foreigners who live and work in Mongolia to be introduced to the basics.

It is our aim, as well as a national responsibility,  to help the children of Mongolians who have lived and worked abroad. Many youngsters had little or no chance to speak and write their native language and are out of practice.
We begin our program with a basic introduction to the Mongolian language and then move into a program that can be tailored to meet the unique needs of any student.

We believe that our focus in speaking and varied methods of instruction will provide you with tools you need to effectively communicate with Mongolian people.

Our school is situated in the heart of Ulaanbaatar on Peace Avenue at the corner of the East 4th Street, on the second floor of the Xas Bank building behind the busstation, very near the UK embassy and the Kempinski Khan Palace hotel,. The Sodon Chimee learning center is only about 15 minutes walk from the Sukhbaatar square. 

Thank you for considdering our school.


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Students testimonial


 

"My name is Christina. I feel like I am learning Mongolian how it is actually spoken and not from a textbook. It has only six weeks, but outside of class I am hearing and understanding phrases that I could not have learned from a book. My teachers are teaching me vocabulary and phrases that I can use on a daily basis."

"My name is Erik. I found it is very important to have a male teacher to explain the Mongolian language from a “man’s” point of view. After studying a year at another school that focused solely on text books, this has been a refreshing and beneficial change."

"My name is Yemsun. Having experienced teachers and their insight of foreign students’ need while roviding description for Mongolian culture and history helps us understand Mongolian language far better."