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Days of the Week and Months in Thai Posted by on Feb 18, 2016

No matter what language you’re studying, one of the first lessons you’ll go through as a beginner is learning the days of the week and the months. After learning these, you can work on things such as making plans, scheduling appointments, or booking travel. We’ve all got to start small, though. While¬†the days of the…

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Thai Meat and Seafood Vocabulary Posted by on Dec 3, 2015

We’ve been teaching you how to do your grocery shopping in Thai these past few months with posts full of all the vocabulary you’ll need. So far we’ve covered fruits and vegetables, so go back and study those in case you missed them. For those who aren’t vegetarians, you’ll proabbly need a few more words…

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Beginner Thai Video Series Posted by on Aug 10, 2015

Thai is an intimidating language to learn, with its tricky alphabet and tones that confuse many a farang who attempt to use them. Never fear, because we’ve put together a “Beginner Thai” video series that will at least get you up to par on the basics of the Thai language. Here are the first five…

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Thai Survival Phrases Posted by on Jun 16, 2015

Gearing up for a trip to Thailand? Make your trip much easier by learning these useful survival phrases in Thai!

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.”

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