The past two years I’ve had the great fortune to learn Thai language. It has been useful during my travels to Thailand as I can read and write a little (but still a bit too shy to speak).
Thai language taught by En Asri from Southern Thailand (who can converse in Malay as well due to the proximity of his location with Malaysia). This resulted from a collaboration between the Malaysian and Thai government.
I was fortunate enough to manage to video tape one of the session. Herein are the videos, arranged in chronological order and uploaded in YouTube. As and when I can, I’ve tried to include captions to make it easier for the reader to grasp the words.
- Part 1
- Part 2
- Part 3
- Part 4– consonant ร
- Part 5 – pronounciation
- Part 6
- Part 7– ผ, พ, ฟ , ฝ, ภ, ก, ถ, ม, น, ย, ร , เ ื อ
- Part 8– consonant ล
- Part 9– ว, role of ห in changing tones
- Part 10
- Part 11 -ห, อ, ฮ
- Part 12– how to read Thai vowels
- Song Loy Krathong (with lyrics)
Past articles on Thai language: