Is Thai a useful language to learn?
Is Thai a useful language? If you want to live in Thailand and/or visit it frequently, then yes since it is spoken there. If you are planning only to work as a cabin crew and live/start your life in a country like Australia or any other – then no, Thai is not useful.
Is Thai a difficult language to learn?
The Foreign Service Institute classifies Thai as a Level IV difficulty language (in the same category as Vietnamese and Hungarian, for example), with an average of 44 study weeks needed to achieve a working knowledge of the language. It’s a great excuse to spend some time in Thailand!
Is Thai a pretty language?
Thais are natural rhymesters. Hence, there are many epic-length poems in the Thai language . Whether or not a language sounds beautiful depends on the listeners’ familiarity with it. CNN recently ranked Thai as the 12th sexiest language in the world, whereas Day Translations ranks it at 9th representing Asia.
Should I learn Thai or Japanese?
Thai is easier since it has simpler grammar than Japanese and I think you would progress fast since you already have basic knowledge about it. When you can speak Thai, learning other languages which have less complication in pronunciation will be easier (such as Japanese).
Is Thai easier than Chinese?
Yes, Thai is considerably easier to learn than any of the other three. I believe the three hardest are Japanese, Chinese and Korean in that order. Thai is a tonal language but although that is a foreign concept it isn’t actually terribly difficult to learn.
What is the hardest language in the world?
1. Mandarin Chinese. Interestingly, the hardest language to learn is also the most widely spoken native language in the world.
Why Thai language is difficult?
Thai is a Tonal Language
It has 5 tones to be exact, with every syllable being pronounced with one. This can makes things quite difficult, especially for those who have never learnt a language with tones. However, saying that, tones aren’t as important as in other languages like Chinese.
Is Thai hard to write?
Thai is unique, but it isn’t so difficult to learn in general. Thai has relaxed rules on grammar more than English. The only hard parts are writing system and tones. Also remembering new vocabs is hard especially when learners don’t have chance to practice it in reality.
What is narak in Thai?
9) Narak. Often pronounced as nalak, this basically means cute. It’s not an obvious word for first time visitors to learn and usually pleasantly surprises Thai people when they hear a foreigner use it in the right context.