If you’re trying to learn Thai but are struggling with the Thai days of the week then there’s a free download over at How To Read Thai that will help you. It’s a story that is true (well, apart from the hangover bit on Sunday and helps me recall the days of the week practically [...]
If you’re trying to learn Thai at the How To Read Thai website, you’ll be pleased to hear that there’s a new post over there dealing with the short vowel, สระ -ิ. This post concludes the breakdown of the sample sentence given. We plan to put more on in due course, plus video’s and other [...]
My latest book is finally finished and is now available as a pdf eBook. If you’re trying to learn Thai and struggling to get to grips with the Thai Alphabet then this is the book for you. 45-pages, jam-packed with information in an easy to read, logical, step-by-step manner that will get you reading Thai [...]
There is a new post detailing the use of สระ เ- over at HowToReadThai.com. If you haven’t been following this series we’ve started over there then I’d recommend you go and have a look. If you’re new to learning the Thai language and want to learn how to read Thai script then this website is [...]
For those of you who have bought the book/are thinking of buying the book/are learning Thai, there’s a great new post over at How to Read Thai.com. There’s a common, everyday photograph of a door-sign with the English meaning removed. See if you can read what the word is and maybe work out (or guess) [...]
The full post for the long vowel sa-ra /aa/ (สระ-า) is now on the HowtoReadThai.com website. The earlier post gave an introduction to the vowel, its sound, characteristics, etc. But this full post follows on from the previous posts by using a sample sentence and then the author writes about the thought process to identify [...]
HowtoReadThai.com has a new post for those learning Thai. This post is about one of the long vowels, click here to read the post.
There is another Thai vowel that makes the short /a/ sound, this one is called ไม้หันอากาศ – Mái Hǎn-aa-gàat. It has a whole set of rules to differentiate it from the same sounding สระ -ะ. Click here to view more.
If you want to know how this short vowel is used, head on over to How to Read Thai.com.
I was told the other day that the market is ‘saturated’ with books about learning Thai and I have to be honest, there is a lot of material out there. There are so many that want to teach people to speak Thai that sometimes it’s hard to choose (hey, I could recommend one However, there [...]