- Start from the very beginning
- Suitable for new learners and low level beginners
- Build vocabulary
- Speaking and writing practice
- Learn to make simple sentences
- Role-play exercises
- Conversation practice
- Language for everyday situations
- Education visa available for long-term study
Easy Thai and General Thai
Easy Thai is designed as an introduction to the basics, or for students who only require an overview of the language to begin with. The focus is on building vocabulary and simple sentences.
You can move on to (or start with) the General Thai classes and begin to learn about Thai tones, writing, grammar and structure in more depth, and progressively build your skills and knowledge level by level (beginner to advanced) within a more formal language course.
Easy Language Courses at PLC School
The course title (Easy Thai), refers to how the language is presented.
The aim is to introduce the basics from the very beginning, along with vocabulary and social conversation for common subjects for new learners and beginners who have little, or no experience of Thai language.
This approach is also useful if you would like to revise your Thai language and learn new vocabulary in a relaxed and easy environment. If you are an adult student and haven't been in a learning situation for a while, this can also be a gentle way to ease yourself back into the classroom.
You may not understand all of the structure to begin with, but you can learn by listening and repeating example language. This provides useful everyday language right away. Structure is gradually introduced in an easy and understandable way. You can learn new words and sentences for particular situations such as greeting people, buying things, going to the movies, getting around, and much more.
Writing, Thai tones, and pronunciation are introduced right from the start. You can learn how to write and say each new word, and a few example sentences are explored to practice your new vocabulary.
PLC Easy Thai - FREE Lesson Handout - Colours
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Courses Prices and Options
Single, Twin or Group Classes
One-to-one classes are available and offer a highly focused learning process for fast progression.
Twin Classes gives two students (at a similar level) the opportunity to learn together. This can help with confidence and friends can support each other during study.
Group Classes can give a more open and social feel that's often associated with larger classes. Time slots are not as flexible, but these classes are ideal if you prefer to learn in a group environment.
Study Hours and Discounts
PLC School offers flexible options for study hours. You do not have to book extensive amounts of time. You can manage your hours and payment by buying blocks of study time to suit your available time or budget. Important Note: set hours are required for an Education Visa.
If you have a friend or friends who also want to study, you can take advantage of discounts by attending as a pair (a twin class) or as small group (three or more people). You can also apply to join an existing group class.
Study hours can be bought in blocks. Discounts relate to the number of students per class (twin or group).
General Thai Language
- Example price for 20 Hours
- one-to-one class
- from 8,900 THB per student
An Education Visa is required if you are a foreign student studying in Thailand. Follow the link below for application details and prices.
Materials included in the cost of each course:
- Student's Course Book
- Additional handouts and materials
- Class Presentations
- Thai Culture
Discounts: Study time is available in 10, 20 and 60 hour blocks. Discounts apply and depend on the number of hours or the number of students per class.
Foreign Students: If you require an education visa (6 months or 1 year), a set number of study hours and weekly class attendance is a legal requirement.