Language Learning Secrets – With Stu Jay Raj

Language Learning Secrets – With Stu Jay Raj

This course is a compilation of Stuart Jay Raj’s clips over the years that cover topics specific to learning one or more languages other than Thai.  Topics range from remembering words, improving pronunciation, reading scripts, setting out learning strategies and more.


Course Content

Lessons Status

8 Language Transitions of the 'L' sound - Sanskrit Korean Thai Khmer Panjabi and more


Chinese Story of 聽 tīng - Compacting Meanings Introduction by Stuart Jay Raj


Christophe Clugston's Polyglot Language Review of Stuart Jay Raj


Christophe Clugston's Polyglot Language Review of Stuart Jay Raj


Crazy Indian and Kiwi with Sheep - by Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj


Ep1Pt1 Polyglot Stu Jay Raj - Multilingual Presentation


Ep1Pt2 Polyglot Stu Jay Raj Multilingual Presentation


Evading the Foreigner Speak Trap when Learning a Language - Stuart Jay Raj


How to pronounce Initial Ng in Asian Languages - Stuart Jay Raj


How to pronounce Initial Ng in Asian Languages - Stuart Jay Raj


Language Reveals Another World Hidden in Plain View - Same Sign Different Message with Stu Jay Raj


Lesson in Bahasa Sunda from one of my People Smuggling Journeys - Stuart Jay Raj


Mapping the Mouth and IPA - A Secret Weapon When Learning a New Language by Stuart Jay Raj


Mastering Tones in Thai Chinese and other Tonal Languages by Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj


Mike Campbell and Stu Jay Raj Talk Chinese and Thai


Mnidcraft (Mindcraft) - Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj Full Video Nov 2008


Not All Ds Were Created Equal - Chinese Vietnamese Spanish Thai English


Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj Mnidcraft Morse Code Sign Language Alphabet Song - replay 3 times minimum :)


Revealing Stuart Jay Raj's Deepest Secrets ... Welcome to My Library


Stu Jay Raj Blown Away by Blonde Surfer Kid from Hawaii Speaking Perfect Thai and Mandarin


Stu's Funk - Stu Jay Raj plays Piano + Drums simultaneously


Stuart Jay Raj - Help Preserve Javanese, Balinese and other Bahasa Daerah Indonesia - Hanacaraka


Stuart Jay Raj challenged to put IPA to the Test with Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllanty


StuJay LAMM e1- A New Learning Series For All Things Languages and Mind Skills


Stujay LAMM e10 - Up Your Nose With a Rubber Hose


StuJay LAMM e11 - Two Vowels Aren't Necessarily Better than One


StuJay LAMM e2- What the 'L - Why Do Many Asian Lang. Speakers Confuse R and L?


StuJay LAMM e3 - Check Out the R's on That!


StuJay LAMM e4 - Be of Sound Mind


StuJay LAMM e5 - Spy Vs Pie - How to 'P' Correctly


Stujay LAMM e6 - Te Quiero Mucho Aspiración


StuJay LAMM e7 - How to Turn Your Voice On and Off


StuJay LAMM e8- Mouth Exercises for a Cunning Linguist


StuJay LAMM e9 - Mind Your End Doesn't Explode


The Korean 한글 Han-gul Indian Connection and My Personal Language Learning Operating System


The Link Between Music, Improvisation and Language by Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj

Stuart Jay Raj is a polyglot who specializes in the languages and dialects spoken in South East Asia and China. His talents have allowed him to earn a professional living as a simultaneous interpreter in Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Indonesian, among others, providing language and cultural training for multinational companies in the region and hosting his own TV programme on Thailand's Channel 5. He holds a degree in Cognitive and Applied Linguistics from Griffith University and has become an expert in the field of language acquisition with a strong track record of success. Stuart's background knowledge of Sanskrit, Khmer, Lao and various Chinese dialects and minority languages enables him to present a fascinating and unique perspective on the Thai language which makes everything fall logically into place.
  • Miracle L. Smith

    Stu, I have just found you today. I am thrilled beyond words! And from the bottom of my heart, I thank you for all of your hard work.

    Sixteen years ago, I earned a degree in film. Six years ago, I embraced my passion for languages. For 3 years, I made preparations to go back to school to earn advanced degrees in linguistics. Two days ago, despite making high A’s in both of my language classes, I decided to leave school because I was frustrated beyond words with the way that “the system” attempted to force-feed me languages. I wanted to FEEL the languages, not memorize abstract concepts.

    But, I was still burdened with a sense of being lost…What was I going to do? How was I going to learn language on my own? Could I make this dream work?

    And now, I feel that I can tap into the truth that inside of me and reach for the stars. I feel blessed to have discovered you and the wonderful videos and materials that you have made available to us all. Thank you for all that you do and for all that you have shared. You’re one of a kind.

    Really – thank you…

    • StuartJayRaj

      Thanks Miracle – comments like this make it all worthwhile. It’s nice to know that it’s helping someone out there!