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Learning Thai Online

It is my hope to soon have a comprehensive "Tom's Guide to Learning Thai Online" similar to the guide for Bahasa Indonesia. Here is the start of this guide at least.


Survival Thai
For those who need a quick introduction to "survival Thai" here a few sites to get you going


Top Links
There are three sites that I have really come to appreciate. They will be of great assistance to anyone learning Thai, whether you are just beginning or are already an Advanced Thai learner.


Dictionaries and Online Translation

Online Thai Dictionaries is a list that I put together with a short review and a rating for each of them.

Thai is hard to Translate via machine translating, but there are 2 sites that do it to some extent


Podcasts
For those wanting to practice their listening skills, then Podcasts are a convenient way to do that, as you can download them to you iPod and then listen to them (sometimes watch) wherever you go.


Other


Thai for Non-English Speakers

There are also a few sites that teach Thai through the medium of languages other than English.


Links, Links, and more Links

Above I've just listed a few links that are of good quality and that I think will help you. There are however plenty more links available, some good, some bad, some current, some no longer online. If you want to spend some more time searching around then here are some sites with links and resources related to Thai Language and Culture.

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