September 28, 2008 by admin
Khmer/learn Khmer in Wellington Khmer/Cambodian temple
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Filed under: Learn Khmer BlogTagged: Cambodian, children
3 Responses to “Cambodian children learn khmer part 1”
Monos kos kor means … Monos kos kor means there are many people. Yeah! these phrases have nice funny meanings.
“meh nuk cok coh… … “meh nuk cok coh….”
what does that mean?
that has to … yo…
that has to be one of the coolest sounding language!!! WOW
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