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Teacher & Lector
Hi everyone! I'm May and nice to meet you. I'm a nurse in day time and in my free time I'm helping here with Thai language. You can hear my voice on this website - only Thai language :D I hope all the materials are usefull for everyone because this is the only website in the word. Thank you for comming and enjoy. Please remember that learning can be fun! :D Thai Made Fun. Love - May.


CEO & Creator
Hi everyone! I'm Matt and I'm creator of this website. It all happend 3 years ago when I was looking for a website to learn Thai language. I'm a photographer and I like pictures and I couldn't find any website which has nice pictures so I create first one. The main idea was making only words. After few months I create first sentence and later more and more sentences. At the moment there's over 5000 pictures and all of them will be here soon with Thai and English audio. I was making them for the last 3 years for free and I really like it to help other. Please be a member and subscribe so we can make more and more. I believe learning can be fun and interesting with my materials. Foreginers can learn Thai language and Thai people can learn English as well. Tell your friend about us. Thai Made Fun. Matt :)

Who we are

At Learn Thai With Pictures we dream of creating a world in which everyone has the opportunity to improve their lives by communicating in Thai. Where young people and adults alike, regardless of their cultural background or socioeconomic status, are able to learn Thai. For this reason we provide parts of our course for free, and this is also why our paid course ensures affordable prices.

What we do

Don’t take mistakes personally

Mistakes can be the most powerful enemies on your language learning journey. Some learners can feel humiliated when making mistakes and as a result can become very demotivated. But you shouldn’t let mistakes deter you from reaching your language learning goals. The aim of learning a language is to communicate and therefore when you make mistakes while learning and speaking Thai, they help you remember more easily - overcoming mistakes is how you know you’re truly learning!

Start a success journal

Motivate yourself every day by keeping track of your progress. After each lesson, write down what you’ve learned and what you’ve achieved today. Don’t forget to add details and avoid vague, generic information. Keeping a journal means that you can always look back and review how far you’ve come.

What should I do if I feel lazy?

Break down your objectives into smaller chunks and start to take smaller, more manageable steps to achieve your goal. If you feel that you don’t have the time or energy to study, choose a simple task that will still help you learn or review something: spend 5 minutes reading a text in Thai or watch a short video on YouTube. After doing that, you might feel more encouraged and maybe even capable of completing a full lesson, leaving you feeling much more satisfied after.

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