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My new year’s resolution is to learn Thai.

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Thank you for stopping by.

Lately, I have been getting a lot of inquiry  from potential students. Uh, it’s that time of the year when everyone  wants to learn a foreign language. This year will be my eleventh year teaching Thai in New York.

Now if you wish to start a Thai lesson, please  include this following information.

  1. Your purpose of learning Thai: work? family? personal development?
  2. Time frame: travel plan in three months? crash course? long term goal to reconnect with distant Thai relatives?
  3. Your previous experience learning a foreign language.

These questions should help you think about your decision to start a Thai lesson. Thai is not an easy language to learn, but the goal to master the Thai language is attainable. I just want to make sure that you really commit to it.

Thank you for reading this message ka.

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New Teacher Review

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Thank you ka!
Effective and Enjoyable Personalized Thai Language Instruction
Titcha is an exceptional Thai language instructor who creates highly effective interactive and personalized lessons.  Titcha clearly puts a lot of thought into the structure of each lesson and adjusts the pace and content as necessary.  The result is truly effective and enjoyable Thai language learning.   From the outset, Titcha offered an individualized approach, taking the time to understand my goals and how I best learned.  Titcha has a real knack for understanding what works and what doesn’t, all while keeping the lessons fun.   I found that Titcha’s creativity, flexibility, and skill in using a variety of teaching techniques, texts and tools have helped me to quickly grasp the basics and motivated and challenged me to continue to progress. I always look forward to my lessons with Titcha — she is a truly talented instructor and I would highly recommend her.
–David
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Student Progress

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I started teaching these two students two months ago and they had no prior knowledge of Thai language before the lessons. The conversation was about shopping. He bought a shirt and she asked him how much it was. The major concern for the lessons at this point is getting the basic structure down at this point and working on pronunciation and vocabulary.