Stujay LAMM e10 – Up Your Nose With a Rubber Hose

There is a technical linguistic term called ‘SHOVE IT OUT YOUR NOSE’ – though some others would prefer to call it nasalisation. In this episode we look at techniques to develop mastery over your nasal passage which will help no end when learning languages where ‘Shoving it out your nose’ matters. Such languages include French, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Thai, Indonesian, Malay, Tagalog, Burmese, Tibetan, Khmer and more. For more information, contact me at or comment in the section below.

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.