Learn Thai in Authentic Context –Curse Words

There were several times that I was asked to teach bad words in Thai. I teach my students bad words anyway (there’s no need to ask for it, really). Still, asking specifically for curse words is a bit much. As an aspiring academic, I believe learning words in context (authentic ones that is) is the best way to learn.

So without further ado, do enjoy this video.

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New teacher review!

I just got a new review from my former Thai student who is now living in Thailand. =)

Thank you ka.

Teacher review

Several years ago I began taking Thai lessons with Titcha in preparation for a study abroad year in Thailand. In the short time we had together (once weekly for about a year) she helped me develop a solid understanding of the Thai writing system, as well as a workable vocabulary, which allowed me to hit the ground running when I arrived at my school. I was, in short order, able to make some friends as well as understand my school lessons, taught in Thai. The attention and patience she showed were much more helpful than tapes or language software could have been and I am quite happy that I was able to learn from her.

Forrest G.