I am currently a freshman and a personal English tutor for basic learners in Thailand. Above all, I am studying German in my college, so I know how hard it can be when someone wants to learn a new language. But I found out that if I have someone to talk to, not just improving my language skills but my confidence to use the language as well. For me, as a Thai myself, I might say that it is a tough language (tone, vowels, etc.). But after you learn a few basic sentence structures and grammar, it becomes fun. Then it's about joy. The more you speak, the better you become at it. I am here to be your friend, to talk to you, and to share stories. Lastly, if you want to learn formal Thai, I'm here for you too. I had written some of the formal essays in Thai when I was in high school. That was pretty fun! I want you to feel it too.
Thai is flexible, so grammar books from the start might be a should-avoid choice. I think learning from hearing and talking is the best. If you want to
Not at all, Thai people are friendly and talkative if you know them. You should talk to them if you have an opportunity. After a while, it will become easier and more fun. That's when you don't even realize that you are learning the language.
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