Guest writers are one of the strengths of WLT. I mean, I’ve certainly made no bones about my Thai skills, so to fill in any gaps, a wonderful group of Thai learners/teachers are pitching in. Thanks all!
NOTE: The current most prolific guest writers have their own sections located in the top nav of the site. They are Sean Harley, Andrew Biggs, Hugh Leong, Yuki Tachaya, Andrej, Luke Cassady Dorion, Rikker Dockum and Tod Daniels.
If you would like to share your Thai learning/teaching experiences on WLT as well, check out the details at Write for Us!
Arthit Juyaso: Thai-Time…
Thai Time: Relearn Thai Tense the Thai Way (part 1)
Thai Time: Relearn Thai Tense the Thai Way (part 2)
Thai Time: Thai Sentence Expansion Drills
Thai Time: Using Pronouns Like a Pro (Part 1: How to Say ‘I’ in Thai)
Thai Time: Using Pronouns Like a Pro (Part 2: What Should I Call ‘You’)
Thai Time: Using Pronouns Like a Pro (Part 3: To ‘He/She’ or Not to ‘He/She’, That is the Question)
Wannaporn Muangkham: 65 Useful Thai Phrases You Won’t Find in a Travel Phrasebook…
Wannaporn (Porn) shares her genuine passion for the many quirks of the Thai language on WLT and her Facebook group, Learn Thai with พร.
65 Useful Thai Phrases
: Part One
65 Useful Thai Phrases: Part Two
65 Useful Thai Phrases: Part Three
65 Useful Thai Phrases: Part Four
65 Useful Thai Phrases: Part Five
Useful Thai Phrases You Won’t Find in a Travel Phrasebook: Parts One-Four
Benjawan Poomsan Becker…
Benjawan is the absolute Queen of Thai language learning products. To see just how much, read my interview here: Interview: Benjawan Poomsan Becker
Teaser: The Interpreter’s Journal: How it Started
Teaser: The Interpreter’s Journal: Mistakes and Misinterpretations
Teaser: The Interpreter’s Journal: Studying Foreign Languages
Interview: Benjawan on VOA
Justin Travis Mair: Speak Your Language…
Justin brings us the wonderful method Speak Your Own Language, which has caught the eye of the language learning community. Be sure to catch his interview: Successful Thai Language Learner: Justin Travis Mair.
Kris Willems is an unassuming, passionate student of the Thai language.
Finding the Tone of a Thai Syllable
Creating Thai Anki Flashcard Decks with Audio and Pictures
Speed Learning and Longdo Dictionary Chrome Extensions
Using Praat for Pitch Analysis of the Thai Language
Kru Jiab: Thai Style…
Kruu Jiab (Learn Thai Style) is a Thai language teacher, an author and translator. She is known for her detailed and clear explanations that leave no questions unanswered. Jiab believes in self improvement, thinking outside the box and contemplates her students needs. She has written nine books on learning Thai language and trained over 800 Thai language teachers.
Other guest writers…
Here you go, single and double posts from guest writers.
Jo and Jay: Overview: Learn Thai Podcast
Luca Lampariello: Luca on Active Learning vs Passive Learning
Paul Garrigan: How Mindfulness Can Help You Learn Thai
Sua noy: Khmer Influence in Thai
Chris Pirazzi: How Thai Language iPad Apps are Designed
Mark Hollow: Review: A Guide to Thai Grammar Books
Christopher Stern: Accounts of Thai Language Acquisition
Philip Lyons: Review: Using Anki 2 to Study the Thai Language
Mike Arnstein: Self Study Thai: In-depth Study of VOA News Articles
Nils Bastedo: Learning Styles and Language Learning
Michel Boismard: Unlikely but True Origins of the Thai Script
Ryan Hickey: Memorize Thai Tones With Five Simple Rules
Maarten Tummers: Test Your Might: Online Thai Language Proficiency Tests
Fredrik Almstedt: Fortune-telling Numerals of Thailand and Cambodia
Ann Norman: Translating Thai Song Lyrics: How I Do It, and You Can Too!
Alex Martin: Approach Learning Thai by First Understanding its Diversity
Luke Bruder Bauer: How I Learn Foreign Languages
Marc Belley: Finding Thai Language Partners