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Learn how to speak Thai Shudd Koad (Fluently)  :)
Conversation learning of any 2nd languages is similar to the way you've learned your own language when you were little kid that you first start with those single words such as mom, dad, eat, drink, go, come, you, I etc. it comes from your naturally communication with your parents who were the first teachers.

Our parents never taught us about grammatical rules of reading and writing at the first step but what they taught is how to pronounce of each vocab then we learned to arrange, mix those vocab up and finally we've got the first sentence by ourselves. Of course, we all began to speak before read and write.

I'm sure, once you can speak properly then your reading and writing will come along, don't be worry but first I recommend "Forget those Thai PHONETICS, because more than a half of them sound not correctly while some sounds so funny, sound changes meaning also can be change"

Simple principles of the basic conversation learning are:
1. Make your pronunciation of consonants, vowels and tones to be clear
2. Try to learn new vocab at least 20 words a day and remember them as much as you can
3. We don't have irregular verb but we have 3 levels for communication (Rude/Impolite, Informal, Formal) and special vocab for Royals/Monarchy and Buddhist priests.
4. We actually have "3 Tenses" as main (Present/Present Continuous Tenses, Past Tense and Future Tense) that you can notice what tense it is from the adverbs they use in the sentence. 
5. Adverbs and Adjectives, lets put them after verb or noun, not before like English does :) ie: beautiful woman "Puu-Yhing-Suay", Don't say "Suay-Puu-Yhing" etc. (beautiful = Suay/สวย, woman = Puu-Yhing/ผู้หญิง)

Anyway, I'll keep uploading the materials both infographic and videos as step by step for the beginners who interesting to learn.

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Thai Consonants :)

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12 months in Thai pronunciation :) 

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National Teachers Day: Wan-Kruu-Hang Chaad "วันครูแห่งชาติ"
Keywords:
Wan = Day
Kruu= Teacher
Hang= of or "-'s"
Chaad= National
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In Thailand, on January 16 of every year marks the enactment of the Teachers Act, Buddhist Era 2488 (1945), Most Thai schools close for the day to give their teachers a break during the long second term. Many international schools do not, although they may hold celebrations to honour their teaching staffs. 
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Keywords
Wan = Day
Dek = Children
Hang = of or "-'s"
Chaad = National or country
As well as another countries have "National Children's Day" and this is recognized on various days in many places around the world.
In Thailand, the 2nd Saturday of January every year has been set as "National Children's Day" (Wan-Dek-Hang-Chaad/วันเด็กแห่งชาติ)
Many places will celebrate for childrens by allow children join their activities ie playing games, singing contest etc. or even to visit the landmark of our country such as Thai Parliament building, Prime Minister office, Thai Air Force, Army Base, Police Department, Museums etc. and ending with small gifts or souvenirs giving to those childrens
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How to pronounce "Day" in Thai :)

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Day and Color of the day in Thai pronunciation :)
Day and Color of the day in Thai pronunciation :)
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