• My major concern: From my experience, continuity is key to learning Thai. I spend a lot of time preparing for a lesson and exercises so that a student can learn according to their own pace. Thus, if you think that you cannot commit to taking a lesson continuously for six lessons, you might not want to start taking Thai language just yet. Most of my students are busy adult lerners, so I normally try in any way to accommodate your schedule. Successful students typically spend at least an hour per week outside of class to review what we discuss during the lesson.
  • The Thai language is a tonal language, which makes it difficult for a non-native speaker to get its tone right unless he/she is taught by a native speaker. I am a patient teacher and will not try to rush you, but you will have to try hard for me as well. Payment can be made by cash, personal check, or Paypal.