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How to Count to 100 in Thai Posted by on May 12, 2015

Make your trip to Thailand a bit easier by learning how to count to 100 in Thai! Follow the video and practice at home, and you’ll be able to count from 1 all the way to 100.

Beginner Thai: Possessive Pronouns & Adjectives Posted by on Apr 22, 2015

Build your Thai skills with this video that teaches possessive pronouns and adjectives. Follow along with Thai & English subtitles plus the Romanization of Thai letters to aid your pronunciation.

Thai Personal Pronouns and Verb “to Be” Posted by on Mar 16, 2015

Build up your Thai skills through our “Beginner Thai” video series. In the 6th lesson, learn personal pronouns and the verb “to be.”

Common Thai Greetings Posted by on Feb 17, 2015

Make your trip to Thailand much better by learning some common greetings in this short and easy to follow video. Thai people appreciate a good smile, but they appreciate you speaking their language even more! สวัสดี – sà-wàt dee hello/goodbye สวัสดีครับ – sà-wàt dee kráp hello (male) สวัสดีค่ะ – sà-wàt dee kâ hello (female) คุณสบายดีไหม – kun sà-baai dee…

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Thai Tones Pronunciation Guide Posted by on Dec 9, 2014

The five tones of Thai are intimidating, but learning them is a vital part of picking up the language. There’s tons of information out there about the tones, so I won’t bore you with a lengthy article. Instead, here’s a short video with three examples for each of the five tones. Listen and repeat at…

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Thai Alphabet – Consonants Pronunciation Posted by on Oct 31, 2014

The Thai alphabet isn’t even an alphabet; rather, it’s an abugida. In this writing system, each unit is based on a consonant, while the vowel notation is secondary. We probably wouldn’t get much hits on Google if we titled this article “Thai Abugida,” though, so we’re sticking with words that we know. There are 44…

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How Much Thai Can You Learn in a Week? Posted by on Oct 29, 2014

This month I had to get out of China for a visa run, something that anyone who has lived abroad probably understands quite well. With not a whole lot of time or money on my hands, I had to give this some serious thought. There’s always the typical Shenzhen-Hong Kong border crossing, but I had…

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