Author: Suragch
A student of Mongolian

Get your name written in Mongolian

All the resources on StudyMongolian.net are free, but if you would like to get your name written in vertical script Mongolian and you don’t mind paying for it, then check out this site. (If you have a Mongolian friend, then

Historical maps

Check out some historical maps in this new page.

Todo Script input editor

The Todo Script is used by the Mongols in Xinjiang. I just finished a new Android Todo Script input editor for a friend there. You can download it here if you are interested.

Suryaa 2.0 is out

You can download the updated version of the Suryaa Mongol flashcard program here. There are lots of bug fixes and an improved learning algorithm based on SuperMemo. Go to Settings > Help for a description.

Lessons 12-15 ready

I’ve been working on updating the lessons recently. The audio and vocabulary are done now for lessons 12-15 and I’ll be working on 16-20 in the coming days. There isn’t a lot of explanation but if you refer to the

Suryaa Mongolian flashcard app for Android

A new study app from StudyMongolian.net is out for Android. It is called Suryaa, “Let’s study”. Use it as a flashcard program when you are memorizing vocabulary. Eventually I will put it on Google Play, but you can download it

Chimee Mongolian writing app for iOS is out

iPhone and iPad users can now use the Chimee Mongolian writing app to send messages in image form or Unicode text. Here is the link.

Mongolian input editor for Ubuntu Linux

If you use Ubuntu and you want to be able to enter Mongolian Unicode text on your computer, check out this post. It isn’t a very advanced input editor (because you have to know how the formatting characters work). But

Mongolian study books available in China

I added a list of books that are available in China. It includes textbooks, phrase books, dictionaries, handwriting practice, and children’s books. Here is the link.

Added full audio downloads for lessons 6-11

I added downloads for the full audio for lessons 6 through 11. This makes it easier to listen to while you are out and about. You can find them at the end of each lesson or on the downloads page.

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