Thai: An Essential Grammar

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Taylor & Francis Group, 2002 - Foreign Language Study - 234 pages
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Concise and user-friendly, Thai: An Essential Grammar is the ideal guide to the basic structures of the language for both students on taught courses and independent learners. Grammatical forms are explained in clear, jargon-free style and illustrated by examples, given in both Thai script and romanization. As well as grammar, it includes guidance on pronunciation, speech conventions and the beautiful Thai writing system.

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The Best Thai Language Course Out There

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This was the absolute very best program on the Thai language of the three that I bought for my wife. She is thrilled and practices writing Thai words in large letters on a large erasable white board. She also watches many Thai movies and is now understanding them. Read full review

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Learning Thai in a non-immersive setting can be daunting at times and this book is very helpful when you come accross grammar questions that even Thai people don't know why/how they use.

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About the author (2002)

David Smyth is Lecturer in Thai at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London