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Thai Language

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Since Duolingo doesn't have a Thai from English course, I was looking elsewhere for resources. But I didn't see any that caught my eye at first glance. I'm a terrible self-teacher, so I need these type of stuff. Is there anything similar to Duolingo that teaches Thai for English teachers? Because I'm genuinely interested in the language.

2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/lindakanga
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Have you checked out :

Also things on YouTube, like:

and of course in the App stores for your mobile device.
Many apps - especially for the basics of a language - are provided at no cost.

Also check out Facebook. Quite often there will be a group that learn and support a specific learning of a language, and this is also an invaluable source of support I often find on my language learning journey.

Be aware some of these may ask for you to pay after you have done some of the initial course. Could you note for us - which ones do that ?

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/8_b
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I'll take a look into those.

Thank you

2 years ago

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Could you also do a review of them, and post your review up here - to share with the community.
Things you have found useful.
How far any of these free resources take you on your learning journey.
Where their strengths and weaknesses are in detail, engagement, clear explanations, fun to use, and/or whatever criteria is important for your language journey.

2 years ago

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Sure-I can try to, when I see all of them

2 years ago

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oops - I just miss read the list in Lrtwards guide. Please check out this resource here:

Thai Language

You can find references to posts for other languages in this post:
[GUIDE] I would like a new course: What should I do?

Please also read the advice there about posting about other languages, etc.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/painai2
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Of course you could always come to Thailand. There are many good language schools in Bangkok.

2 years ago

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I wish I could go. Maybe if I had money I would.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/SemperDoctrina

If you happen to live in some parts of Europe (not sure which), flying to Thailand is much cheaper than many other flights for some reason. However, if you live in Norway, you really have to look at the fine print for the visa!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/SemperDoctrina

Along with what everyone else said, there are many Thai resources here: https://www.reddit.com/r/languagelearning/wiki/index

2 years ago

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This is a great request for advice 8_b ! I will also mention this to Lrtward.

2 years ago
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