Thai is a tonal language. A word can mean something completely different, pending the tone. This concept we know too in English, but to a much lesser extend. Take the word ‘house’ for example. If you raise the tone, it becomes a question: house?. If you lower the tone it becomes negative, like a no […]
Immersion Course This is a special 30 hours course for students with limited time. It’s a great – some say the only – way to learn Thai fast! You’ll be working the theory in the morning, and practise it in the afternoon. Not only will you learn Thai, but also about culture, religion and day-to-day […]
Skype Course You don’t live in Thailand? No Thai who can help you learning Thai language? Then you have a problem. Thai is a tonal language. Many words have different meanings, pending the tone. The word ‘maa’ can mean ‘to come’, ‘horse’, or even ‘dog’. Or the words for ‘far away’ and ‘nearby’ both are […]
Advanced course This 30 hours course trains you for The intermediate course, advances the skills to learn informal speaking, more aspects of Thai culture, mannerisms. Key practical areas include when shopping and in local markets being able to bargain prices with local traders. Other areas cover ordering food at restaurants, ordering a taxi and asking […]
Intermediate Course In 30 hours we teach you more about Thai language Bt 17,000, each lesson is 1 hour Bt. 17,100, each lesson is 1,5 hours Bt. 16,500, each lesson is 2 hours The intermediate course advances the skills to learn: Informal speaking, more aspects of Thai culture, mannerisms. Key practical areas include when […]
Sometimes we go to a local Thai school. Somewhere ‘up country’. We visit a school without air conditioning, with a blackboard (not a white board!). But with pupils who love to chat Thai with you!
The Thai alphabet isn’t that difficult to learn. In about 2 weeks you learn all the letters. 2 weeks later you can read a quite a few words or even an article in a newspaper.
We work with small classes and groups. It’s more fun to learn Thai that way and you get a chance to practise as well!
Something that’s fun to do, and gives you a feeling you accomplished something with your newly acquired language skills.
Thailand is a Buddhist country. That reflects in the language as well. We won’t teach you how to become a Buddhist, but will talk a bit about Buddhism in our courses.