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[20 phút/lần] #NhạcThaiGiáo Tháng thứ 8 – Album Baby Vivaldi – phần 01/02 | thai tones

[20 phút/lần] #NhạcThaiGiáo Tháng thứ 8 – Album Baby Vivaldi – phần 01/02

นอกจากการดูบทความนี้แล้ว คุณยังสามารถดูข้อมูลที่เป็นประโยชน์อื่นๆ อีกมากมายที่เราให้ไว้ที่นี่: ดูความรู้เพิ่มเติมที่นี่

Nhạc thai giáo cho bà bầu tháng thứ 8 này là album BabyVivaldi. Video có thời lượng 20 phút phù hợp với 1 lần cho thai nhi nghe nhạc. Mỗi ngày mẹ bầu cho thai nhi nghe nhạc khoảng 2 3 lần, mỗi lần nghe 1 clip nhạc này là được rồi rất tiện nha!

Mua tai nghe thai nhi Tiptop Kid Music tại đây
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[20 phút/lần] #NhạcThaiGiáo Tháng thứ 8 - Album Baby Vivaldi - phần 01/02

Mastering Tones in Thai Chinese and other Tonal Languages by Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj

‘I can’t learn a tonal language like Thai, Chinese or Vietnamese I’m tone deaf!’
If that were the case, does that mean that tone deafness only afflicts people who don’t speak tonal languages?
For the ultimate Chinese Language Beginners tutorial, watch this 破解中文 Chinese Language Demystified Ultimate Learner’s Beginner Tutorial by Stuart Jay Raj 王懷樂
For the Best way to Learn the Thai Language, watch this:
What’s the Easiest and Fastest Way to Learn the Thai Language?
I have wanted to make this clip for a long time. Since starting my latest binge of making language videos, I have been receiving up to 10 emails an hour of people suggesting topics and asking questions.
You can access all of my training modules at create an account and get access to swathes of content.
You can read my blog at
Cracking Thai Fundamentals Book: Installing a Thai Operating System for your Mind
You can order my book for delivery within Thailand here:
Or outside of Thailand on Amazon
Of all of those emails, about 30% of them include requests for a lesson on tonal languages and how to go about learning tones.
When I was shooting this clip, I did a whole lot of sections on Chinese Cantonese, Mandarin and Vietnamese tones also. I decided to trim it down for time’s sake and also so that I could keep it focused in one direction and make it most useful to most people. I will put the other Chinese portions up in another clip.
Regardless, I believe that the information in this clip will be helpful for people struggling to get their tongue and their ears around any tonal language and I hope by the end of it, tonal languages will become a lot less mysterious.
Please mail me any suggestions or questions via my blog through the contact section at
Stu Jay Raj เจ 王懷樂

Mastering Tones in Thai Chinese and other Tonal Languages by Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj

How to Pronounce Thai Like a Native Speaker

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You’ve decided to start learning Thai, so let’s improve your pronunciation! In this video, you’ll learn how to properly pronounce Thai, with examples and tips. If you want to start learning Thai, this video is made for you. Our host express herself in simple Thai, with English subtitles. This video will challenge your listening comprehension skills and help you progress in your Thai study.
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How to Pronounce Thai Like a Native Speaker

Lesson 1 – Thai Tones

Video 1 in a series about Thai Reading/Pronunciation. Watch video 2 here
The 5 Thai Tones.
1.) Mid
2.) Low \\
3.) Falling /\\
4.) High /
5.) Rising \\/

Lesson 1 - Thai Tones

THAI // Basic Words + Phrases for Travelers

Jack teaches you key Thai words and phrases for travelers!
Please note: These are just basics for people who would like to know a few key words and phrases while traveling. They are broken down into their simplest forms for quick learning. There are some things that are complex and take longer to learn, such as the subtleties between R and L, D and T, as well as B and P, all of which are interchanged often when using the English alphabet. So please just take this for what it is quick traveler lingo! Happy travels!
We also filmed a video about Thai culture!
WORDS/PHRASES in this video
HELLO: sawatdee ka/krup
GOOD MORNING: aloonsawad
GOOD NIGHT: latrisawad
GOODBYE: lagornka/krup
YES: chai ka/krup
NO: maichai ka/krup
THANK YOU: kobkhunka/krup
YOU’RE WELCOME: maipenrai
HOW MUCH: taolai?
EXCUSE ME/SORRY: kortoadka/krup
DO YOU SPEAK ENGLISH?: poodpasaangkritdaimai
WHERE IS?: yuuteenaika/krup
BATHROOM: hongnahm
MOTORCYCLE TAXI: winmotorcai
HOTEL: rongram
AIRPORT: sanambin
EXIT: tahngorg
ENTRANCE: tahngkao
WATER: nahm
CHEERS: chon
NOT SPICY: maiped
REALLY SPICY: pedmakmak
NOODLES: guaitiow
Where else you can find me:
SNAPCHAT mari.johnson
Cameras I use:
Canon G7X
\u0026 (my review)
Joby GorillaPod tripod
GoPro Hero 4 Silver
Californian in a constant state of wanderlust, currently traveling the world. I’m here to share my adventures and give you tips about travel, culture, language, and life.
I’m always looking for music to feature in my videos! If you’re a musician and are interested, email me at [email protected]. Thanks!

THAI // Basic Words + Phrases for Travelers

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