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Thai Language - Recommended Books

Practical Situational Thai
Practical Situational Thai
by Peter Faller

Book Description
Practical Situational Thai is a book about learning the language compiled by a foreigner who understands the farang ways of looking at life and their interests. It has a unique delivery method in that there’s one main character – John Hunter, a first time visitor to Thailand, who appears in all 25 lessons in the book. By following John Hunter through all his experiences and situations in Thailand, you get fascinated in his life and what’s going to happen next.

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Thai for Beginners Tape Set
by Benjawan Becker

Book Description
The Thai for Beginners cassette tapes accompany the "Thai for Beginners" book. They offer clear, easy, step-by-step instruction, building on what has been previously learned. The first cassette teaches all the sounds in the Thai language (vowels and consonants). The tape set assists greatly in helping the student to improve his/her listening and speaking ability when used with the book. Three cassettes - one hour each.

About the Author
Benjawan Becker has extensive experience teaching Thai to foreigners in Thailand, Japan and the United States. Currently, she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area where she has a translation and interpretation business and writes books on the Thai language. Her other books include "Thai for Intermediate Learners" and "Thai for Advanced Readers".

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Thai for Lovers
by Nit, Jack Ajee

Book Description
Thai for Lovers is the ideal language guide to romance in the Land of Smiles- Thailand! There are useful words, sentences and expressions with the Thai translations throughout the book. You won't find any Thai language book as fun and user-friendly! There are nine chapters: Greetings, General Conversation, Courting, Romantic Conversation, Making Love, Love Letters, Getting Married, Breaking Up and Night Life & Slang. RATED R!

About the Author
Nit and Jack Ajee are married and live in California, USA. Nit is a Thai woman raised in the Northeast of Thailand. Jack is originally from Seattle, USA. They both have experience teaching Thai and English to foreigners. They have socialized and had business dealings with many other interracial couples which include a Thai partner. The resulting questions and discussions about Thai romantic culture were the inspiration for them to write Thai for Lovers.

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Thai-English English-Thai Dictionary for Non-Thai Speakers, Revised Edition
by Benjawan Poomsan Becker

Book Description
This practical dictionary is designed to help English speakers communicate in Thai. It is equally useful for those who can read the Thai alphabet and those who can't. Most Thai-English dictionaries either use Thai script exclusively for the Thai entries (making them difficult for westerners to use) or use only phonetic transliteration (making it impossible to look up a word in Thai script). This dictionary solves these problems by dividing the entries into three sections: Section One [English-Phonetic-Thai], Section Two [Phonetic-Thai-English] and Section Three [Thai-Phonetic-English]. The transliteration system is the same as that used in Paiboon Publishing's other books. You will find most of the vocabulary you are likely to need in everyday life, including basic medical, cultural, political and scientific terms.

Here are some of the features:

  • Consistent and accurate phonetic transcription of Thai sounds for those unable to read the Thai alphabet
  • A comprehensive guide to pronunciation
  • Thai script for those who read Thai
  • All entries organized in three easy to use sections
  • Thai alphabet guide showing different styles of Thai script to help you read shop signs and newspaper headlines

This is definitely the ONE Dictionary You Can Really Use!

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