VIDEO: 10 Basic Thai Lessons for Beginners

Sawatdee ka Thai language learners,

If you would like to start to learn basic Thai from zero, these 10 Basic Thai lessons will help you get started nicely.

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Lesson1: Getting to Know Thai Consonants’ sounds

Lesson 2: Understanding Five Thai Tones

Lesson 3: Have Fun with Thai Tones

 

Lesson 4: How to Greet in Thai

 

Lesson 5: Basic Useful Words

 

Lesson 6: How to Great like a Real Thai

Lesson 7 : Saying Goodbye Like a Real Thai

Lesson 8: Thai Numbers

Lesson 9 : Practice “Ng” Pronunciation

Lesson 10 : How to form Yes/No Questions


 

I hope you found my lessons useful in your Thai learning. More lessons are coming! (Introduce yourself, how to order food, shopping and Bargain etc.) please be patient and stay tuned.

Please don’t forget to subscribe. Kop kun ka:)

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12 Responses to VIDEO: 10 Basic Thai Lessons for Beginners

  1. Lhu Lhu 27/04/2013 at 15:46 #

    very useful! many thanks to beautiful teacher mod ;)

  2. J 27/05/2013 at 14:39 #

    Great site!

    Basic Q I know. But Kop Khuun Krap for male I’ve often heard people not say “Krap” but “Kap”. Am I not hearing this correctly, or is it just some people not saying the word right?

    Thing is though, I want to learn Thai for holiday, am going back again in 52 days, but where do I start?

    I Love Thailand!!!!

    • Mod 14/06/2013 at 09:38 #

      Thai people often drop the rolling R sound or change it to L sound because it is easier & quicker to speak that way. :)

  3. ana 14/06/2013 at 07:30 #

    Why Can’t I watch the videos ?? :(

    • Mod 14/06/2013 at 09:36 #

      My YouTube Channel has been suspended. I have already submitted the copyright counter notification to YouTube, I am confident my channel will come back up in about 4 weeks.Please stay tuned : )

      I have latest videos I put on vimeo here: http://learnthaiwithmod.com/2013/06/video-telling-time/

  4. jay divedy 05/12/2013 at 20:25 #

    I am thankfull too you kru . you are good teacher and beautiful too.

  5. Nikolay 03/01/2014 at 15:06 #

    Thank you for your work, Mod, it’s really helpful.

    Finally, I could grasp the difference between tones:)

    Cheers!

  6. Yoedo 06/01/2014 at 23:08 #

    Hi,
    since I come from Indonesia, of course I am not a native english speaker
    and my english is also not too good as it rarely use
    Though I am not a frequent visitor to Thailand, but I really like Thailand and want to learn something further about it

    It is a fortune for me when finding your website
    I could learn something about Thailand and English at the same time ha .. ha .. ha …

    Perhaps in the near future when my English is getting better then I will definitely take your private course for Thai language

    This site is very helpful, thank you very much

    • Mod 07/01/2014 at 23:07 #

      Sawatdee ka Yoedo, thank you for your kind words. I am happy to hear that you found my website useful in your Thai learning (and English:)) Hope you continue to follow my lessons in the future as well. By the way, your English is great! We offer Skype lesson which is as efficient as in-person lesson, if you are interested we are happy to schedule you a free trial lesson. Please write me at adjima_t@hotmail.com

  7. Dan B 10/01/2014 at 12:39 #

    Hi Mod,

    I want to sincerely thank you for creating your website and video series. They have been most helpful to me in learning some basic Thai language. I may move to Skype lessons when I’m a bit more confident (i.e. made more progress). I only have about 30 minutes per day to devote to language practice, but consistency and persistence will hopefully (eventually) get me where I want to be.

    I visited Thailand in December and plan to come back again this year for a more extensive tour.
    Kind regards,
    ~ Dan

  8. Outi Adalberto 20/01/2014 at 03:19 #

    Doumo arigatou gozaimashita Modtyan…thank you very much…

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