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My son is 10 years old. He was born in Thailand and speaks fluent Thai. We moved tp Perth when he was 5 but he still speaks Thai with his Mum and on frequent trips back. Unfortunately he cannon read/write Thai. Does anyone know where he can get Thai reading and writing lessons in Perth?confuse

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       I find MV Thai 44 consonant…  The Children begin to read and learn pronunciation the thai language to prepare before go to school...

       The read thai word and thai write..  Khun sawasdee or friends will try help you.. ka..aww

         ฉันค้นหา MV พยัญชนะไทย 44 ตัว  ให้เด็กเริ่มอ่านและชินกับเสียงภาษาไทยก่อน   เพื่อเตรียมความพร้อมก่อนเรียน ส่วนการอ่านคำไทยและเขียนภาษาไทย   คุณสวัสดี และเพื่อนๆ จะช่วยเหลือและให้คำแนะนำ คุณ  คะ

     
                                 



-- Edited by wanphen on Tuesday 18th of May 2010 11:53:09 AM

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Thanks for that. He already knows most of the Thai letters starting with Gor Gai but he needs a teacher. Does anyone teach writing Thai? Thanks again for thr help.

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Hi

2 answers for you and other readers

1. Thai Language - free learning at http://www.tt.austhai.biz/Home/thai-language

see the sub section - Language courses in Perth WA - it has a link to TAFE.  I have been to these classes - they are Thai teachers   - teahcing Thai

2. Thai Teacher .... 
I know one of the teachers Khun Daranee, I will email her and invite her to contact you, but she may be on holidays so in the meantime try the link above.

I will also email the Thai Assoc in WA - they may have some answers otherwise visit our WA Thai Community website  www.wat.austhai.biz where you can contact the local Thai Commmunity and ask around...  but i think the response from Daran ee will solve the problem.

Thanks for joining our forum, I'm back to Perth (from Bangkok) tonight - happy to meet and say hello anytime ...   please join www.friends.auswathai.com  ok take care



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Lucky wrote:

Hi

2 answers for you and other readers

1. Thai Language - free learning at http://www.tt.austhai.biz/Home/thai-language

see the sub section - Language courses in Perth WA - it has a link to TAFE.  I have been to these classes - they are Thai teachers   - teahcing Thai

2. Thai Teacher .... 
I know one of the teachers Khun Daranee, I will email her and invite her to contact you, but she may be on holidays so in the meantime try the link above.

Hi Lucky thanks for that. I'm off to Thailand and Cambodia on Sunday for a couple of weeks but I'll follow up and contact you again when I return.

I will also email the Thai Assoc in WA - they may have some answers otherwise visit our WA Thai Community website  www.wat.austhai.biz where you can contact the local Thai Commmunity and ask around...  but i think the response from Daran ee will solve the problem.

Thanks for joining our forum, I'm back to Perth (from Bangkok) tonight - happy to meet and say hello anytime ...   please join www.friends.auswathai.com  ok take care




 



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sawuddee ka Khun Saharat,

I read your message nad try to find the result for you by the internet, but its amazing that I found the message from Khun Lucky its very helpful... And the website
http://www.tt.austhai.biz/Home/thai-language  They are alot of information for the learner... And he also knew about the teacher of Thai language. Great!!!

I am Thai student, studying to be a nurse here in Pert. And I have my own two sons. I left them at boarding school in Thailand before I came here... My smaller son he's same age of your son...   If you dont mind, may I can spend my time on my school off with your son and teach him Thai. May is not as good as the teacher, but if you dont mind, I am so great to do that for volunteer.

Enjoy your trip and contact me if you wish,

Mary.    



 



-- Edited by Mary on Thursday 24th of September 2009 02:03:16 AM

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Hi Mary, I'll try to contact you again when I get back. My son speaks Thai perfectly but needs to learn to read and write Thai. We live near the CBD so are easy to get to.

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