This resource begins with the page Cantonese! It has background information, pronunciation tips, basic words and expressions such as:
Hello!; What’s your name?; I don’t understand; Again, please!; Thanks!; What is that?; How much?; I want one. No, two.; Yes, good.; Where is a toilet?; Here. There.; Goodbye!
Then come additional words grouped into clusters for enabling easier learning:
woman already go speak in house; man see much food and water; hand up pain medicine money. After those come a miniature grammar sketch and a page with Christmas words/expressions in English which includes phonetics for the Cantonese then the Chinese characters.
For fun and yet more learning there is a simple memory matching game for general words and then the same but for Christmas-focused words and expressions.
Finally there's a page with some handy links for more information as to Articles, Books, and Videos.
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