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Complete 0 to A1 Thai Course

Hi Thai learners! 😊

Are you ready to learn Thai? Let's get started with the Complete 0 to A1 Thai Course! This course is designed for complete beginners and will take you to an A1 level by the end of the course.

Here's an overview of what you'll learn in this course:

  • Basic Greetings & Introductions: You'll learn how to say hello, introduce yourself, ask for someone's name and nationality, and introduce your family members.
  • Basic Sentence Structure: You'll learn how to form basic sentences using subject and verb, negative sentences in Thai, different types of questions in Thai, and how to use basic adjectives in Thai sentences.
  • Numbers and Counting: You'll learn how to count from 1 to 100, use ordinal numbers, and understand telephone numbers in Thai.
  • Present Tense Verbs: You'll learn how to use and conjugate both regular and irregular verbs in the present tense, and use the verb 'to be' in Thai sentences.
  • Thai Culture and Customs: You'll learn about Thai greetings, food and dining etiquette, festivals, and other customs.
  • Daily Activities: You'll learn how to talk about your daily routine using basic verbs and expressions, tell time, and talk about schedules in Thai.
  • Adverbs: You'll learn how to use adverbs of time, frequency, manner, and form comparative and superlative adverbs in Thai.
  • Colors: You'll learn the names of basic colors, how to use adjectives to describe colors in Thai sentences, and the names of common fruits and vegetables.
  • Pronouns: You'll learn the subject pronouns, object pronouns, and possessive pronouns in Thai, and how to use them in sentences.
  • Thai Geography and Places: You'll learn the names of the provinces and their capitals in Thailand, and about famous tourist attractions in Thailand.
  • Animals: You'll learn the names of common animals, pet animals, and wild animals in Thai.
  • Prepositions: You'll learn some basic prepositions, such as 'in', 'on', and 'under', and prepositions of movement, such as 'to' and 'from', in Thai sentences.

By the end of this course, you'll have a solid understanding of Thai grammar, vocabulary, and culture. You'll be able to hold basic conversations, understand simple texts and instructions, and use Thai in everyday situations.

➡ If you have any questions, please ask them in the comments section below. 😎

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