The 'Cracking Thai Fundamentals' suite by Stuart Jay Raj includes a collection of interactive courses that will prepare your mind, body and environment with everything that you need to develop a high level of competency in both using the Thai language and working and living with Thai people. The suite covers both language and culture as follows: Thai Language:
We are now able to offer this amazing course through Jcademy at a fraction of what many journalists, government officials, and other dignitaries have paid several times the price for.
Learn Thai on-the-go, at home, in the office, on the public transit or with friends.
Course creator and polyglot Stuart Jay Raj has spent over 17 years researching and developing this flagship course. It incorporates activities and content that appeals to many different learning styles, and can be mixed with other learning programmes.
With our language learning system, you can acquire that deeper understanding that you may have thought wasn't possible, at a much faster pace so you can hit the ground running and make the most of your life in Thailand and with the Thais around you.
Stuart Jay Raj provides highly effective online and mixed learning solutions for language learning and development of cross cultural communication and business skills.
'Preparing to Crack the Thai Fundamentals' is the first course in the 'Cracking Thai Fundamentals' suite by Stuart Jay Raj. In this module, you will learn how to prepare:
How much does your mother tongue influence how you perceive and build meaning?
This is the lesson you wished for when you first started learning.
This is, without a doubt, the most important module in any learning series for a language with an Indic-based writing system.
So far we have learnt how the "engine" of the Thai script works - that is, it is based on the Indic abuguida system.
The Thai writing system is an elegant and logical system that fits like a glove with with the spoken language. Rather than a linear string of seemingly random letters and sounds, the Thai consonants are designed in a matrix forming a map of the human mouth. This is based on the Indic Brahmi system.