Online Thai Lessons

All of our lessons are divided into easy-to-use categories. You can study in whichever way you prefer; by thematic lesson such as colours or animals, by particular parts of speech such as nouns or verbs or even by our complete global collection of vocabulary and phrases.
Click on one of the lessons below to get started in learning to understand and speak Thai!

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"Alex and Mac are going to Ann’s house (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Americans at work in Bangkok (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Are you hungry? (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"At the hotel (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"At the language school (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"At the restaurant (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the Americans go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the army go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the doctors go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the government employees go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the policemen go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the students go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the teachers go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Did the traders go? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Do you have any brothers or sisters? (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Establishing Identity and Ownership of Objects (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Finding out someone’s name (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Going to Don Muang to pick up a friend (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Greeting someone (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Greeting someone (dialogue, female speakers)" PracticeLearn
"Hello, how are you? (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Housework (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"I eat vegetables; I don’t eat meat. (male speaker)" PracticeLearn
"I like dogs; you don’t like dogs" PracticeLearn
"I like fish; I don’t like shrimps." PracticeLearn
"I like to eat meat; I don’t like to eat vegetables." PracticeLearn
"I like to sleep at night; I don’t like to sleep during the day." PracticeLearn
"I want tea; I don’t want coffee." PracticeLearn
"I want this one; I don’t want that one." PracticeLearn
"Identifying objects (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"It’s Brown isn’t it? No. (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"It’s Brown isn’t it? Yes. (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"I’ve been to watch a movie. (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"John Smith (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"John and Jim go to school with each other (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"John and Jim speak German to each other (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Mary and Jenny go to the market with each other (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Meeting someone (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Mr. Smith meets a Thai in the provinces (Dialogue - Part 1)" PracticeLearn
"Mr. Smith meets a Thai in the provinces (Dialogue - Part 2)" PracticeLearn
"My name is Prapas. Hello Prapas. (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"My name is Prapas. Sorry, what is your name? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"My name is Prasert (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Next week I’m free; I’m going to see you." PracticeLearn
"Social Formula (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Surname’s Smith, right? Yes. (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"The Lord’s Prayer" PracticeLearn
"The day after tomorrow I’m free. Are you free?" PracticeLearn
"The teacher and the student speak Thai to each other (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"They know each other (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"We both study Thai (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"We speak English to each other (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"We speak Thai together (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Were are you going today? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What are some of the countries in Asia? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What are some of the provinces in Northern Thailand? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What are some of the provinces in northeast Thailand? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What are some of the states in America? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What is this called? (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What language do Central Thai speak? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What language does he speak? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What languages does he speak? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"What nationalities are there at the U.N.? (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Where are you from? (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Where are you going today? (Dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Who is in that room? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Who's in that room? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some books? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some chairs? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some newspapers? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some notebooks? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some pencils (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some pens? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some pictures (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You bought some watches (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some chairs? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some maps? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some newspapers? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some notebooks? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some pencils? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some pens? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some pictures? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You sold some watches (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You with my friend know each other (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Your name is Prapas, isn’t it? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Your name is Prasat isn’t it? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Your name is Prasit isn’t it? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Your name is Tawon isn't it? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Your name is Tawon isn’t it? (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"Your name’s John isn’t? Yes. (dialogue)" PracticeLearn
"You’re Tawon right? No, that is not correct. (dialogue)" PracticeLearn