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Happy Birthday Bab.la! – Celebrating TEN Years and TEN Days!

Happy Birthday Bab.la

Happy Birthday Bab.la!…

What better way to spend a lazy Sunday than by passing on birthday congrats? Ten years and ten days ago, Bab.la launched the Top 100 Language Lovers Competition (amongst other important things).

About Bab.la: The language portal bab.la is a free online platform for language lovers and an online community of global citizens. We have 44 dictionaries for 28 languages, blog articles about life abroad, language games and quizzes, verb conjugation for 12 languages, phrase books for university, business or travel, an internship platform and many other language-related products.

In April 2015 bab.la joined the Oxford Dictionaries family when Oxford University Press became our parent company. Oxford and bab.la share a vision and mission to deliver quality language-related content to a global community.

In 2017, bab.la launched its online magazine Living Abroad for young multilingual expats coming to grips with life in a foreign country.

Bab.la also gave us the Bloggers Abroad competition, the Language World Cup competition, and … as already mentioned … [drumroll] … the Top 100 Language Lovers Competition.

Ten years. Talk about staying power! Each year Bab.la scours the internet for the best of the best, and then painstakingly has to decide which ones make the final cut. Ouch. That can’t be easy.

Bottom line, the competition serves as an inspiring platform for language lovers (via blogs, twitter, Youtube, and Facebook) to strut their stuff. And inspiring, it is.

I’ve always imagined that the criteria for entry into the competition is along the lines of “what have you done for the language world lately”. That’s how I look at it anyway. And with that in mind, each year I use the Top 100 LL Competition to spiff up WLT.

For 2017 it’s freebies for everyone (for details, check out Please Vote THAI | 2017: Top 100 Language Lovers Competition). I’ve also decided to share my new toy, Flashcards Deluxe!

WLT has a LOT of free audio files for download (recorded with a native speaker) but that still leaves people having to put in work before they can play. Fiddling files is an often mentioned bane of learning languages, so to make prep time less painful, I’m creating spreadsheet files to suck into Flashcards Deluxe (and Anki, if that’s your poison).

To see what I mean, go to HouseTalk: Learn Basic Thai Cleaning Instructions* (more will appear during the giveaway and after). And there you have it. Fiddle free files for 2017.

So bottoms up to Bab.la’s TEN years and TEN days! Thank you so much for inspiring me yet again!

Website (English): bab.la
Google+: +babla
Facebook: babla.languages
Instagram: babla.languages
Dictionary (En-Th): English-Thai
Twitter: @babla (great fun to be had here)

Please vote Thai…

Top Language Lovers 2017If you haven’t voted please click on the Top 100 Language Learning logo to your right. Thanks in advance!

Pssst… thanks also goes to clipartfox.com for their ten candle cake :)

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Please Vote THAI | 2017: Top 100 Language Lovers Competition

Top 100 Language Lovers of 2017

Pleeeeease vote Thai…

Top Language Lovers 2017The Top 100 Language Lovers Competition is here once again! If you want to get straight to voting, just click the logo to the right.

The Top 100 Language Lovers Competition, hosted by the amazing team from bab.la and Lexiophiles, is where WLT pits Thai against other languages such as English, Chinese, French, German, etc. Scary.

When the call goes out, almost a thousand blogs, twitter accounts, Facebook pages and YouTube accounts are submitted to the hardworking competition team who then whittle the count down to a mere 100 in each section.

This year five Thai resources made the cut: Language Learning Blogs (A Women Learning Thai), Language Facebook Pages (Learn Thai with พร, Thai Language Hut, Wondrous Thai), Language Twitter Accounts (0 Thai entries), and Language YouTube Channels (Adam Bradshaw).

Competition rules: You get one vote per section (for a total of four votes).

I hope you can help out as every vote for Thai puts the Thai language that bit closer to the top. Ta in advance!

And now for WLT’s FREE Thai giveaways…

In past Language Lovers Competitions I’ve celebrated with free draws but for WLT’s ninth year, I wanted to do something different. Instead of a select few winners getting free stuff, thanks to the sponsors below, everyone will be a winner.

PickupThai Podcast: Anki flashcard decks to go with select courses. Each lesson comes with two decks (Thai script and transliteration). Audio included in the decks.

Duke Language School and Arthit: One chapter from each of Duke’s Journey books (1-3) created by Arthit. Bingo-Lingo’s DLS String Method from Arthit’s Read Thai In 10 Days ebook. Audio downloads included with both.

Paiboon Publishing: Audio files for Benjawan Becker’s Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced vocabulary lists (mentioned on WLT’s Thai Frequency Lists with English Definitions).

L-Lingo: 1000 top Thai words with sentences from their recent course update (English, Thai script, and transliteration). Audio downloads included.

Learn Thai with พร: Compilation of Wannaporn Muangkham’s popular series, 65 Thai Useful Thai Phrases You Won’t find in a Phrasebook. Audio downloads included.

Quick & Dirty Thai: I’ve also taken this opportunity to update Quick & Dirty Thai. And yes, audio downloads will be included here as well.

And there you have it – plenty of free stuff for everyone.

Please vote Thai…

Top Language Lovers 2017If you haven’t voted please click on the TLL (Top 100 Language Lovers) competition logo to your right. Thanks in advance!

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Help Nominate the Top 100 Language Lovers of 2017!

BAB.LA & LEXIOPHILES

For the TENTH year running, BAB.LA & LEXIOPHILES are hosting their inspiring Top 100 Language Lovers 2017 (#TLL17) Competition and need our help.

BAB.LA & LEXIOPHILES

Last year’s participants will be automatically nominated. Take a peek at last year’s competition here: TLL 2016.

The blogs and social media channels can be nominated in the four following categories:

Language Blogs: blogs about the language learning process, language enthusiasts and blogs by language professionals.
Language Facebook Pages: Facebook Pages dealing with language topics, such as dictionaries, translation tools, language lover communities, etc.
Language Twitter accounts: Twitterers who create and share content about languages.
Language YouTube channels: YouTubers vlogging about languages.

The nominations are open from from May 04–15. Voting starts on May 17 and ends on June 06. The results will be announced on June 09. Exciting stuff!

After placing last year, WLT has automatically been entered. But, if you know of any other blogs, Facebook pages, twitter accounts or Youtube channels, please show your support by nominating via the doc HERE.

HINT HINT … it’d be especially great if they have a Thai language focus ;)

If you have one of the language resources mentioned and are wavering about entering the competition, just let me say that it’s been great experience. This will be my eighth year participating and each year it has inspired me to improve WLT. Whether a new site design, additional guest authors, free downloads, giveaways and draws, all have made this site a better resource for learning Thai.

Good luck to everyone who is joining the competition this year – it’s guaranteed to be loads of fun!

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Bab.la’s New (Community Driven) Online Thai-English Dictionary

Bab.la's Dictionary

Congrats to Bab.la! They’ve now added Thai-English to their massive collection of crowdsourced online dictionaries, making the Thai language number 42.

Just check it out!: Bab.la’s new online Thai-English Dictionary

About bab.la: bab.la is a language project by Andreas Schroeter and Patrick Uecker.

The idea has been on Andreas’ mind for quite some time. During his high school and university years he lived in Canada, France, Sweden and the USA. He noticed that just knowing the exact translation often doesn’t really help. You really need to “live” the language to come up with the right word.

Andreas has been collecting dictionaries from different languages for a long time. Putting the things together was just a natural step: Starting a portal where language lovers can meet and exchange their ideas and learn languages from each other.

Who is a better teacher than a native speaker who likes to share his knowledge?

Side note: To support the foreign language community, Bab.la hosts the amazing Top 100 Language Lovers Competition each year. It’s a huge effort (kudos to their team).

Whether your goal is to get your head around some basic Thai survival phrases for your travels around the country, or if you plan to stay in the longer term and need a more in-depth understanding, the bab.la Thai-English dictionary will come in handy.

Did you know that you can contribute to bab.la’s dictionaries? By joining the bab.la community, you can suggest new words and verify words contributed by others. You can also ask for grammar, translation, spelling or pronunciation help in babla’s forum.

For fun, be sure to check out bab.la’s infographic sharing interesting facts about the Thai language and the Thai culture.

Again, congrats to bab.la! I’ve been patiently waiting for this to happen :)

Twitter: @babla
Website: en.bab.la
Blog: lexiophiles.com
Facebook: babla.languages
Dictionary: Thai-English Dictionary

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Thanking Sponsors of WLTs 2016 Thai Language Giveaway

WLTs 2016 Thai Language Giveaway

WLT’s 2016 Thai Language Giveaway…

For a second year in a row it was great fun giving away prizes during the Thai Language Giveaway.

A huge thanks from me goes to the generous sponsers: Yuki and Miki (PickupThai Podcast), Duke (Duke Language School), Bingo-Lingo (Read Thai in 10 Days), Tom and Kruu Jiab (Learn Thai Style), Brett Learn Thai from a White Guy, Jo and Jay (Learn Thai Podcast), Benjawan Poomsan Becker (Paiboon Publishing) and Chris Pirazzi (Word in the Hand).

WINNERS: WLT’s 2016 Thai Language Giveaway…

Below is a breakdown of the sponsors, the winners, and the prizes they won. Again, congrats and thanks everyone!

From Yuki and Miki (PickupThai Podcast): Diane N, Michael and Micky won 10 Creamy Coconut lessons each, Anna Measures and Roger won 15 Creamy Coconut lessons each, and the grand prize (full Creamy Coconut course – all 30 lessons) went to Jeff Netto.

From Duke (Duke Language School): Micky and Gordon won the intensive 60 hour Journey One group lessons (with course books).

From Bingo-Lingo (Read Thai in 10 Days): Fabian, Bernard, Matthew and Peter won the 2nd Edition of Read Thai in 10 Days (with audio).

From Tom and Kruu Jiab (Learn Thai Style): Stuart Cox, Michel Geneva, Lauren Sautter and Micky won the Speak Thai Course (includes a pre-release version of Speak Thai Course with Thai script only – no transliteration).

From Brett Learn Thai from a White Guy: Colin and Tim, won Read Thai in 2 Weeks along with The Need to Know Sentence Pack. Mathew and Gordon won Read Thai in 2 Weeks.

From Jo and Jay (Learn Thai Podcast): Danielle Tong, Wes and Matthew won Learn Thai Podcast’s megga course.

From Benjawan Poomsan Becker (Paiboon Publishing) and Chris Pirazzi (Word in the Hand): Robert Vargason, Kaisa Edfors Terkildsen, Mark B, Danielle Tong, Nam Parikh and Diane N won their choice of either the Talking Thai–English–Thai Dictionary for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch or the Thai <> English Dictionary for Android phones/tablets.

Posts: WLTs 2016 Thai Language Giveaway…

So, will there be a WLT 2017 Giveaway?…

At this point I’m hoping to be back with a Thai Language Giveaway this time next year. But if not, thanks again to everyone who contributed prizes and to those who added comments under each post. It’s been brilliant.

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2016 WINNERS: Talking Thai-English-Thai Dictionary App

WLTs Thai Language Giveaway

WLT’s 2016 Thai Language Giveaway…

Welcome to the SEVENTH and last week of WLT’s SEVEN weeks of Thai Language Giveaways.

Chosen by Chris and Benjawan, here are the winners of the Talking Thai-Eng-Thai dictionary:

The five winners are Robert Vargason, Kaisa Edfors Terkildsen, Mark B, Danielle Tong and Nam Parikh. We’d also like to give an additional prize to Diane N. Congratulations!

Winners, when we contact you, please let us know which app you prefer: the Talking Thai–English–Thai Dictionary for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch or the Thai <> English Dictionary for Android phones/tablets.

Thank you so much for your support – we promise to keep up the good work!

Chris Pirazzi: Word in the Hand
Benjawan Poomsan Becker: Paiboon Publishing

Congrats everyone. And thank you Chris and Benjawan, for sponsoring the SEVENTH week of WLT’s giveaway. Thanks also goes to those who left comments (they were quite fine).

And that’s a wrap. If you didn’t catch it, here’s the list of the prizes for the giveaway: Vote THAI and WIN! | SEVEN Weeks of FREE Thai Giveaways.

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WLT’s 2016 Thai Language Giveaway: Talking Thai-English-Thai Dictionary App

WLTs Thai Language Giveaway

WLT’s 2016 Thai Language Giveaway…

We’ve now reached week SEVEN (the last week) of WLT’s seven weeks of Thai language giveaways. If you need a refresher of the past giveaways please read Vote THAI and WIN! | SEVEN Weeks of FREE Thai Giveaways.

This is what we’ve all been waiting for, the merging of Chris and Benjawan’s Talking Thai–Eng–Thai Dictionary with their Talking Thai–English–Thai Phrasebook. For an overview of the dictionary (sans phrasebook) please go to Android and iPhone: Talking Thai-English-Thai Dictionary Review.

The eagerly awaited update is so humongous that I’ve asked Chris to please itemize the details for us. Thanks Chris!

Chris Pirazzi: Paiboon Publishing & Word in the Hand…

In this contest we will be giving away FIVE copies of your choice of Paiboon Publishing’s Talking Thai–English–Thai Dictionary for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) or Paiboon’s Thai <> English Dictionary for Android (phones and tablets).

Straight away you will be able to download the current 1.x version, which already features more than 150,000 entries, crisp sound recordings for every Thai word, ability to search by English, Thai Script or English-like Thai Sound transcription, a comprehensive guide to speaking and writing Thai, and other features to explain Thai spelling, break up Thai words into components for learning, and show Thai words in multiple sign fonts. 

You can also look forward to the massive, free 2.0 upgrade (see link for screen shots) for both iOS and Android, which is currently in the late stages of testing and which:

  • Increases dictionary vocabulary from 150,000+ entries to 195,000+ entries, almost all consisting of suggestions sent in by you.  2.0 will feature a Suggest button to make it even easier to add the words you want.
  • Adds a built-in phrasebook with more than 12,000 words and ready-to-use, customizable talking phrases organized into 250+ practical categories like “Language Difficulties,” “Hotel,” “Renting a Place,” “Food/Drink,” “Price Haggling,” “Transportation,” “Health,” “Shopping,” “Sightseeing,” “Love/Romance/Sex” and even “Swearing/Insults.” Many situational categories give you both sides of full conversations, such as when you are buying tickets or talking with doctors. As always, every Thai word, phrase, and sentence has a fluent high-quality sound recording (more than 29 hours of studio-recorded sound included).
  • Adds full-text Power Search as another option on top of the existing Alphabetical Search. Power Search finds all phrases that contain your key word(s) anywhere in the phrase, not just at the beginning. Power search searches not only the dictionary but also every single phrase and complete sentence in the phrasebook, giving you an easy way to find sample sentences for many terms, and also searches the names of categories, making the Search screen a great place to find relevant Categories as well. It’s important to understand that Power Search is not Google Translate: Power Search searches the hand-edited, fluent, correct sentences in the app and does not attempt to translate every possible sentence you might type (usually into gibberish) like Google Translate.
  • Adds an often-requested Favorites Screen that lets you organize the words and phrases you use often into multiple folders (you can even have folders inside folders, as deep as you want).
  • Lets you hear any of our 60,000+ Thai word/phrase sound recordings spoken with slow motion playback, but still at the same pitch so you can hear its vowels, consonants, and tones clearly. 2x and 4x slow supported, as well as 2x fast.
  • Features hundreds of industry-first Super Phrases that make our phrases much more useful than any other phrasebook product out there. Super Phrases have placeholders that let you customize the phrase to meet your needs, plugging in your desired date, time, color, price, distance, or travel destination into the phrase in your native language, your home currency, and familiar units, automatically translating everything to a complete, fluent Thai sentence which you can play for a Thai person with one touch. The app even features a built-in talking, translating units and currency converter and calculator that lets you fluently haggle with a vendor or talk land area with a Thai real-estate agent with both of you working in your native language and units. It’s a true communication tool that breaks past the paper paradigm and uses the unique interactive power of your mobile device.
  • Adds a new Explain Sound feature feature alongside our famous Explain Spelling, See Real-World Fonts, and Find Words Inside features. Explain Sound is for people who want to learn to speak a Thai word without needing to know Thai Script. It divides your chosen word(s) into syllables and explains their Thai Sound, showing you how to pronounce the consonants and vowels that make up each syllable and showing you similar sounds that are often confused for them, all annotated with convenient links into the relevant sections of our comprehensive guide to speaking Thai. A version of Explain Sound is now integrated into the app Thai Sound Power Search so you know exactly what the text you have typed sounds like.  This makes it much easier to get good results from Thai Sound search since you can quickly touch a play button to see if you are searching for the correct sound. This also makes it a snap to learn the sounds of Thai and your chosen pronunciation guide system. We believe this will resolve a lot of the difficulties people had with Thai Sound search in the past.
  • Makes it easier to switch sections (English, Thai Sound, Thai Script) with fewer touches. All searching is done on a unified screen with three tabs that switch keyboard, section, and clear the entry field with one touch. You can paste Thai or English words from other apps and the app will switch tabs automatically.
  • Further streamlines the process of looking up words from other apps with the new Auto Paste and Search option, which automatically searches for what’s in the system clipboard every time you switch to the so.  So if you frequently look up words from other apps, you just copy the word and switch apps. This can be streamlined even more because we now support iOS 9’s new Swipe Over and Split View multitasking feature (which Apple offers on some iOS devices; Android N multi-window support is either coming in version 2.0 or shortly after), letting you have ThaiDict and another app on the screen at the same time. Looking up a word is as easy as copying it in one app and touching ThaiDict once to begin an automatic lookup.
  • Expands on the External Links feature present in the 1.x versions. You can now activate up to four External Link icons that will take your selected word and search for it in Google, Wikipedia, online Thai and English dictionaries, or any website you choose. We provide a number of pre-configured links to popular websites, so you can easily activate this feature in a few seconds.
  • Lets you Hide Pronunciation Guides (transcription) to avoid temptation if you’re learning Thai Script.
  • Adds even more Thai and international Place Names, all of which are now shown abbreviated to one line by default so that they do not distract from more common entries. Furthermore, for almost all place names you can now touch a map icon to see that place using your device’s mapping tool (e.g. Google Maps, Apple Maps).
  • Adds huge improvements to the Help Screens, including the now more prominently featured guide to speaking and writing Thai, such as an often-requested section on telling times and dates, study lists of consonants color coded with class, info on Thai font differences, as well as many many new Categories showing you how to build Thai sentences with crucial idioms like “can/should/believe,” “if/then,” tenses, “bring/take,” and forming questions.
  • Adds a Copy Whole Entry feature for users of Anki and other flashcard tools. This feature copies your chosen Thai/English words along with their English translation, part of speech, etc. to your device’s clipboard in a CSV format that is compatible with both flashcard tools and spreadsheet tools like Excel. Great for those who like to study using these tools. Note: after the 2.0 release we plan to implement a flashcard system integrated into the app. We are interested in your thoughts about what are the most important flashcard features to support, e.g. what is on each side of the card, order of card presentation, how you report your success, what records are kept, etc. Email support@word-in-the-hand.com with ideas.
  • Supports a new Custom URL Scheme that lets you launch ThaiDict to do a search from other apps such as flashcard tools or even from study sheets you write yourself in your own documents.

Plus much more—this major release has been three years in the making and we are so excited to finally get it out to customers. 

We do not know yet how long until the release finally hits the App Store/Play Store, because we have to see how many issues we find in final testing and then (in the case of iOS) we have to plow through Apple’s onerous approval process, but if you would like to try out the new features now and you have a little time to provide us with feedback and help us track down any issues you find so we can fix them quickly (and hopefully some basic knowledge of the vocabulary of mobile devices so you can clearly describe any issue you find), we’d be interested in inviting you to our private pre-release beta program. For more info, see Sneak Preview.

Rules for WLTs Thai Language Giveaway…

The rules are simple:

  • To be included in the draw, leave comments below.
  • Comment(s) need to add to the conversation (it really does matter).
  • Each relevant comment gets counted, so please leave as many as you like!
  • If you don’t collect your prize within a week of the announcement, it will be given away to the next person in line.

Chris and Benjawan will choose the winners for this giveaway. You can enter this competition even if you’ve won in the past.

The draw will run until 10 July (Sunday), 6pm Thai time. After the winners have been selected a comment will be put below and I’ll create a dedicated post.

Thank you Chris and Benjawan for sponsoring WLT’s eight year celebration! Good luck all!

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2016 WINNERS: Learn Thai Podcast

WLTs Thai Language Giveaway

Welcome to the SIXTH week of WLT’s seven weeks of Thai Language Giveaways.

Chosen by Jo and Jay, here are the winners of Learn Thai Podcast’s megga course:

And the winners are … Danielle Tong, Wes and Matthew. Congratulations you three! An email will be sent to you soon.

Learning Thai is essential to get most out of your time in Thailand. We are happy to have helped over 20000 people to improve their Thai and learn to speak, understand and even read and write Thai. We hope you enjoy the course and of course your time in Thailand even more!

Jo and Jay: Learn Thai Podcast

Congrats to the winners! And thank you Jo and Jay for sponsoring the SIXTH week of WLT’s giveaway. Thanks also goes to those who took the time to leave comments. And btw: there’s one more giveaway to go, the Talking Thai-English-Thai Dictionary app (iOS and Android) – to be announced tomorrow.

Note: Here’s the list of the past and future prizes: Vote THAI and WIN! | SEVEN Weeks of FREE Thai Giveaways. Good luck everyone!

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WLT’s 2016 Thai Language Giveaway: Learn Thai Podcast

WLTs Thai Language Giveaway

WLT’s 2016 Thai Language Giveaway…

We’ve now reached week SIX of WLT’s seven weeks of Thai language giveaways. Whew! If you need a refresher of what’s going on read Vote THAI and WIN! | SEVEN Weeks of FREE Thai Giveaways.

Jo and Jay: Learn Thai Podcast…

Jo and Jay are giving away THREE full subscriptions to learn to speak, read, write Thai via Learn Thai Podcast’s massive Thai course that has over 800 video, audio and text lessons. Included is a vocabulary trainer, a forum, and a way to track the lessons you’ve learned.

I previously covered LTP in Review: Learn Thai Podcast Relaunches, so here’s an outline from my review.

  • Visuals: Online lessons, downloadable YouTube videos in many formats.
  • Sound: Individual sound bites in online lessons, YouTube videos and mp3 files to download.
  • Thai script: Script included with all lessons, complete Alphabet course, transliteration.
  • Thai only: Lessons without English translations.
  • Conversations: Movies and sound files of actual Thais talking.
  • Testing: Reviews after each lesson, vocabulary trainer for individual words.
  • Extras: Printable notes to download.

And for absolute beginners there’s also the Top 300 Thai Words course. Pssst … the first couple of lessons are free.

Mezzie Learns has the best review ever of LTP so if you have time for more, here you go: Learn Thai Podcast Features and Why I Chose Learn Thai Podcast over ThaiPod101.

Rules for WLTs Thai Language Giveaway…

The rules are simple:

  • To be included in the draw, leave comments below.
  • Comment(s) need to add to the conversation (it really does matter).
  • Each relevant comment gets counted, so please leave as many as you like!
  • If you don’t collect your prize within a week of the announcement, it will be given away to the next person in line.

As with other giveaways, Jo and Jay will choose the winners for this giveaway. And carrying on as before, if you’ve won previously you can still enter this competition.

The draw will run from now until 3rd July (Sunday), 6pm Thai time. After the winners have been selected a comment will be put below and I’ll create a dedicated post.

Thank you Jo and Jay for sponsoring WLT’s eight year celebration! Good luck everyone!

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2016 WINNERS: Learn Thai from a White Guy

WLTs Thai Language Giveaway

Welcome to the FIFTH week of WLT’s seven weeks of Thai Language Giveaways.

Chosen by Brett Whiteside, here are the winners of Read Thai in 2 Weeks and The Need to Know Sentence Pack:

And the winners are … Colin and Tim, who won Read Thai in 2 Weeks along with The Need to Know Sentence Pack. And Mathew and Gordon, who won Read Thai in 2 Weeks.

For those who didn’t win here’s a 40% off coupon code: WLTCT16 (just click on the link and paste in the code).

Congrats everyone! Brett will contact you in the morning. Thank you Brett for sponsoring the FIFTH week of WLT’s giveaway! And thanks to those leaving comments. Please check back on Tuesday where you can win prizes from Learn Thai Podcast!

Note: Here’s the list of the past and future prizes: Vote THAI and WIN! | SEVEN Weeks of FREE Thai Giveaways.

The SET Foundation needs our help…

In a previous post I mentioned that the SET Foundation needs our help this year so in each winner’s post I’ve been sharing tidbits about the foundation.

Did you know that…

SET has been working in Thailand since 1994 and (until end 2015) had raised a total of 257.32 M Bt.

Please donate to The SET Foundation if you can. Thanks in advance:)

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