Сайн байцгаана уу? In this quick post we are going to learn how to say ‘Thank you’ in Mongolian. It’s going to be very short but very useful, so let’s get started.
(if you prefer to watch, we have a video lesson below)
Thank you in Mongolian is Баярлалаа
‘Thanks a lot’ would be Их баярлалаа. Or you can say: Маш их баярлалаа (Thank you very much).
Bayrl-laa is not an easy word to pronounce. There are a couple reasons why:
The first thing to keep in mind is dropping the second single ‘а’ when you say Баярлалаа.
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Most people at first tend to pronounce it Bayrlalaa, but the correct pronunciation is Bayrllaa.
People then wonder, why isn’t the middle ‘a’ pronounced? We have video about the crucial rule of unstressed vowels below.
The second thing that makes it difficult is the ‘Л’ sound. Mongolian L is fricative and actually this sound mostly exists in two languages. Mongolian and Welsh.
So if you happen to be Welsh, lucky you! You know the Welsh Ll sound and you will know what I am talking about.
When you make the Mongolian L sound, put your tongue in the same position as you would say ‘L’, press it bit harder and blow the air out: ‘Л’. <Баярл-лаа>.
So those are the two things that make this simple word so difficult.
Now we know Thank you which is Баярлалаа. So, what would you say if someone says Bayrllaa to you?
The response for Bayrllaa is Зүгээр
Also in Mongolia, it is quite rude to say NO to an offer, but easily, if you want to say No, Thank you, you just say Зүгээр зүгээр
Цай уух уу?
Дахиад цай уух уу?
Баярлалаа, найз аа!
Баярлалаа, багш аа!
Баярлалаа, ээж ээ!
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