These lessons are intended to give an introduction to the Thai Language beyond our basic Thai Language page. You will not become fluent in Thai by following these lessons but they can provide a good starting point or addition to other learning sources. There is no substitute for personal lessons with a native Thai speaker.

These lessons are designed for beginner to intermediate learners. We will try to keep each lesson short rather than overwhelm you with more information than you can possibly soak up. It is better to learn little and often than to occasionally do long sessions.

We will continue to add new lessons so please return even after you have been through all the current lessons.


  1. Transliteration
    1. What is Transliteration
    2. Consonants
    3. Vowels
  2. Tones
  3. Krup and Ka
  4. Words and Phrases
  5. mee, mee mai & mai mee
  6. More Words and Phrases
  7. mai dai: cannot or did not
  8. Question Forms
    1. What? - 'arai'
    2. Where? - 'tee nai'
    3. Why? - 'tammai'
    4. Who? - 'krai'
    5. When? - 'meu-a rai'
    6. Which? - 'an nai'
    7. How? - 'yung ngai'
    8. How Much? - 'tao rai'
    9. How Many? - 'gee'
    10. Or Not? - 'reu bplao'
    11. Or Not Yet? - 'reu yung'
  9. Numbers
  10. Classifiers
  11. Bartering
  12. Pronouns
  13. Possesives
  14. Tenses
  15. Yes and No
  16. Conjunctions
  17. Food & Drink
    1. General Food Terms
    2. Meats
    3. Vegetables
    4. Fruits
    5. Other Foods
    6. Drinks
    7. Foodstall Dishes
    8. Restaurant Dishes
    9. Ordering

  1. Football
  2. Adjectives
  3. Comparitive & Superlative
  4. Animals
  5. Compliments
  6. Insults
  7. Verbs
  8. Adverbs
  9. Combination Words
  10. Jai (Heart) Words
  11. Emphasis Words
  12. Moderation Words
  13. Phrases and Idioms
  14. Some Thai Jokes
  15. Farang and Other People



A1) Thai Alphabet - Consonants
A2) Thai Alphabet - Vowels
A3) Thai Alphabet - Special
A4) Thai Alphabet - Numerals
A5) Classifiers
A6) Days of the Week
A7) Months of the Year
A8) Colours

There are other good resources on the internet for learning Thai and we have provided links to them on our basic Thai Language page. However, I always believe that the more learning sources you have the better so this is our contribution.




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