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Thai is the national language of Thailand, spoken by around eighty percent of the sixty million
residents of the South-East Asian country. Linguists consider it an uninflected, primarily
monosyllabic, tonal language in the "Tai-Kadai family." The spoken language is believed to have
originated in the area which is now the border between Vietnam and China, an idea which provides
clues to the origin of the Thai people, an area of continued scholarly debate. Linguistically, the
language is related to languages spoken in eastern Myanmar, northern Vietnam, Yunnan, and Laos.




  • This site all in Thai


    on
    September 7, 2018





  •    The most recently added NEW Thai SITES

       Help with Thai Vocabulary Words    Thai Quizzes & Drills




       Try some quizzes on Thailand    Play Games in Thai


       Delicious Thai Food    Bangkok
       Translator Sites Eng ->Thai / Thai -> Eng
    Input the URL and choose the destination language and BINGO!
    This one is a very helpful tool.

       Thai Teacher Hints, Advice and Teaching Tips



    Calling All Thai Teachers - Calling All Thai Students -



    143 Learning Games and Activities for the Thai Classroom

    I know that they work very well as I used all of them for 35 years



    Teacher. Call on me. I know the answer in Thai.


    The 143 learning activities website above translated into Thai

    "Become a reservoir of joy, an oasis of peace, a pool of serenity
    that can ripple out to all those around you." - Desmond Tutu



    Professor Polyglot


    I want you to learn to speak Thai



    Professor Emeritus
    University of Northern Iowa




  • Translator Sites: English -> Thai & Thai -> English


  • I love to speak Thai





    "I am here to live out loud"
    French Author - Emile Zola




    We dug up 100 good Thai phrases to know
  • And here they are
    See you many you already know.
  • Hello = Sawatdii How are you? = Sabaaidii mai? I'm fine = Sabaaidii I'm not well = Mai sabaii I come from (America) = Pom/Chan maa jaak (ameerigaa) What country are you from? = Kun maa jaak bprateet arai? Thank you = Khop kun Sorry = Khot hort No problem = Mai bpenrai Goodbye = Bai Can you speak English? = Kun pood paasaa anggrit dai mai What is your name? = Kun chuu arai?


    The official language of Thailand is Thai, a Siamese language closely related to Lao, Shan in Burma, and numerous smaller languages of southern China and northern Vietnam. It is the principal language of education and government and is spoken throughout the country. The standard is based on the dialect of Bangkok, and it is written in the Thai alphabet, an abugida that evolved from the Khmer script.

    Several other Tai languages exist: Southern Thai is spoken in the southern provinces, and Lanna is spoken in the provinces that were formerly part of the independent kingdom of Lanna. Commercial hubs such as Chinatown consist of labyrinthine alleys crammed with shophouses, markets and diners.


    Tempus Fugit : Carpe Deum



    Take a Quiz on Thailand below

  • Thailand Quizzes and Thailand Trivia. Fun.

  • A Thailand Travel Quiz
    So you have been to Thailand several times. You think you already know lots about the country. Well, see if you can ace this quiz. Good luck.

  • A Thailand Geography Quiz

  • Thailand Quiz for Kids with answers
    It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in southeast Asia because of the many traditions, the climate, the food, the welcoming people and many more.

  • Thailand Quizzes and Trivia with answers

  • Thai General Knowledge Quiz

  • Amazing Thailand Trivia Quiz

  • Thailand Quiz


    "On the day of victory no one is tired"


  • Some starter photos of delicious Thai foods. You can almost smell them.

  • Top Ten Thai Foods. Know what they are?

  • Top 10 Best Thai Food in Phuket

  • Learn all about Stonehenge and its history here

  • Learn all about the Thai Cuisine
    Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components and a spicy edge. It is known for its complex interplay of at least three and up to four or five fundamental taste senses in each dish or the overall meal: sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy.

  • Top 10 Best Thai Food in Phuket

  • Top 10 Foods to try in Thailand

  • Top 40 Foods they can not live without in Thailand

  • Thai food recipes and cuisine ideas


    An exceedingly rare Ghost Lobster
    Caught off the coast of Maine (USA)


    Have you visited some of these cities?



  • Check out Jim's Travel Websites






    With Jim's Language Homepage...
    SHREK can leap over Donkey in 27 languages.
  • Jim's 27 Languages Homepage
    and yes, you can access the site in THAI
    And with this great site we can learn dozens more.




  • Hop in with one of us. We're on our way to Bankok to learn Thai.




    Jim's Travel Websites




    We want to race Ben Hur around the Coliseum.
    Now, chase those birds out of our path.





  • "Only a mediocre person is always at his best."
    - W. Somerset Maugham


    "Monolingualism Can Be Cured"


    So start learning Thai today
    Enjoy the challenge



  • Best Thai Websites
    Google rates this Thai site #6.


  • Benny's Top Resources for Learning Thai

  • Best Online Sites to Learn to Speak Thai

  • The Top Ten Thai Websites

  • The Top Sites in all of Thailand by Alexa

  • Learn Thai Online For Free

  • 3 Awesome Online Resources for Learning Thai by Live Fluent

  • The World Heritage Sites in Thailand. Take a look.

  • Feast your eyes on Thailand. Dozens of photos. A great site.

  • Look what I just discovered for you. More sites.


  • An aerial view of Amazing Thailand

  • An aerial view of Bankok

  • Thai National Anthem - "Phleng Chat Thai"

  • The Top 30 Singles Chart in Thailand

  • The Top 10 Thai Websites

  • Finding Buddha: The Temples of Thailand

  • The Thai Language

  • Images of Thailand. Dozens of them and they expand.

  • Thai Grammars

  • Thai language, alphabet and pronunciation

  • Beginner Thai


  • Free Thai Language Learning Resources

  • Learn Thai Online - Many choices here

  • GOOGLE = Learn Thai Here

  • Tutorial Sites for Learning Thai


    God can see a black ant walk on a black
    stone in a black night.


  • A Guide to Thai via the BBC

  • Learn to Speak Thai in Bankok

  • Free Thai Language Resources


  • Digital Dialects: Games for Thai.

  • Thai Language Games

  • Online Thai games with sound- Click and tell online game
    Thai language learning games for kids. This is a fun one.

  • A game for learning the Thai alphabet

  • Learn Thai LuvLingua Guide

  • Dino Lingo: Thai for kids

  • Christian The Lion - Reunited - From "The View"
    Don't miss this one. It's an animal true love story.



  • Learn all about Bangkok
    Thailand's capital, is a sprawling metropolis known for its ornate shrines and vibrant street life. The boat-filled Chao Phraya River feeds its network of canals, flowing past the Rattanakosin royal district, home to the opulent Grand Palace and its sacred Emerald Buddha temple. Nearby is Wat Pho with its enormous reclining Buddha and, on the opposite shore, Wat Arun with its steep steps and Khmer-style spire.

  • Dozens of photos of Bangkok and each one expands

  • Google Explores Bangkok

  • 100 Thai Dishes to Eat in Bangkok: The Ultimate Eating Guide

  • Images of Bangkok, Lots of them.
  • A top 100 Thai vocabulary list

  • Basic Thai Vocabulary & Useful Phrases

  • More Thai Vocabulary Building

  • Useful resources including a course about vocabulary and expressions
    Increasing your Thai vocabulary can seem like a daunting task to students just learning how to speak Thai.

  • Thai Vocabulary Words



    "If we hang around much longer Donkey, we'll be speaking Thai"

    "Well Shrek, I really enjoy the site just below, and it's FREE."


  • And here you can learn 30 different languages on one site.


  • And now if you are real serious about learning ENGLISH
    Check out my English as a Second Language sites.

  • Jim's Popular Spanish Website in Thai


  • Jim's Popular French Website in Thai


  • Jim's Popular German Website in Thai


  • Text to another language speech translator
    A powerful and fun site with sound and a variety of voices. TRY IT!



    I am stirring up some new
    vocabulary words in Thai.





    Our Thai teacher has lots of CLASS



    Do you remember this iconic photo?
    She certainly has aged.




  • SUPER TRANSLATOR SITES FOR YOU TO CONSIDER


    English to Thai or Thai to English


    Google Translations Services
    Good translations in a variety of languages
    This one is JIM'S PREFERRED TRANSLATOR SITE


    I hope you enjoyed all the Thai language links on this site.
    Jim Becker, Professor Emeritus and your Webmaster.

    Great site on a Thai beach




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    How many Thai boys can fit on one bike?
    Answer: Always one more.

    Thai language teacher hints, advice and tips

    I know from my own experience that being on a continual path of self-improvement is an absolute necessity toward be a good teacher. Hang out with other educators that you admire. Watch them closely and learn from them. Imitation is the greatest compliment! Join your Thai language association plus two foreign language teacher associations (state and national: ACTFL- (http://www.actfl.org) and attend their annual meetings on a regular basis. Get involved anyway you can with each. Rub noses with people at the TOP. Get to know the officers personally. Keep in contact with them. Use these association offerings, suggestions and resources.

    Whenever you can in your own environment, ask to observe colleagues in action in their language classroom. Pick up ideas that work for them and adopt and adapt them to you own classroom. Always be on the "lookout" for new ideas, new means of teaching, new ways to incorporate things that work for others into your own methodology. Don't hesitate to ask questions of teachers who have had much success as to how and why that happened. I used to observe elementary teachers and how they interacted with their young students. Always something to learn. "Learn from the mistakes of others. You'll never live long enough to make all of them yourself." Another that I always loved is "If you think you're GREEN, you'll grow - if you think you're ripe, you'll rot." All true. Don't rot! That's an axiom that will never grow old. You may think that you are the best, but you're not. There is always someone better than you. (I learned this playing basketball) Learn from them. Know what the best practices are and be aware of the current online resources that can be of great help to you and yourThai students.

    Keep your Thai classroom presentations FRESH. Keep up with innovation and the changing needs of your students by incorporating technology such as computer use, iPhones, iPads, e-mail and a host of other innovations into your routine classroom activities to communicate with others in the target language and to access authentic resources. Stay current with options and trends in the field such as the National Standards and know how to incorporate them into your daily plans. Hopefully these few ideas will aid in your growth and success. Stay with it. Don't throw in the towel like many have, but again as I point out above, whatever new ideas you discover, you must first adopt and then adapt. Not everything you see elsewhere will work for you as I have personally learned. You must adapt those ideas to your own classroom. There are a host of great ideas available on all these sites, but they are only as successful as you will make them. And perhaps most important of all, do ask your Thai students often how they feel about what they are doing and learning and what they enjoy the most and the least in your classroom. Most of all, do enjoy your students and share yourself with them. [They don't care how much you know until they know how much you CARE] I hope that you picked up some ideas here that will aid in your total success. Have fun in your classroom. (ps I picked up these ideas in a recent dream and wanted to share with each of you) I'm 78 now, but never too old to learn and never too old to share ideas. Best yet, why not be learning another language yourself? Check out one of the sites above. It is a great means to experience first-hand what your students are feeling. Now you are "walking in their moccasins." Don't forget to have FUN doing it.


    Jim Becker - BA, Cornell College (Iowa), MA, La Sorbonne (Paris), PhD-ABD, The Ohio State University (Foreign Language Education).