2016 WINNERS: Learn Thai Podcast

WLTs Thai Language Giveaway

This article was originally posted on WomenLearnThai.com.

Welcome to the SIXTH week of WLT’s seven weeks of Thai Language Giveaways.

Chosen by Jo and Jay, here are the winners of Learn Thai Podcast’s megga course:

And the winners are … Danielle Tong, Wes and Matthew. Congratulations you three! An email will be sent to you soon.

If you are looking for a good mobile application to learn Thai, you can check out Ling. Through this application, you can learn Thai with games, flash cards, and puzzles. It can help to improve your speaking, listening, reading, and even writing skills.

Learning Thai is essential to get most out of your time in Thailand. We are happy to have helped over 20000 people to improve their Thai and learn to speak, understand and even read and write Thai. We hope you enjoy the course and of course your time in Thailand even more!

Jo and Jay: Learn Thai Podcast

Congrats to the winners! And thank you Jo and Jay for sponsoring the SIXTH week of WLT’s giveaway. Thanks also goes to those who took the time to leave comments. And btw: there’s one more giveaway to go, the Talking Thai-English-Thai Dictionary app (iOS and Android) – to be announced tomorrow.

Note: Here’s the list of the past and future prizes: Vote THAI and WIN! | SEVEN Weeks of FREE Thai Giveaways. Good luck everyone!

8 comments
  1. I haven’t gotten an email yet. Just want to make sure I don’t miss out on redeeming the prize. Am I waiting for an email from Jo and Jay?

  2. Absolutely fantastic news. I’m so excited to be getting stuck into the Thai language again. Enjoy your studies everyone.

  3. Congrats you two! Please let us know how you get on, ok?

    Michael, I checked around and reviews cover the basic program (how it works), not the intermediate-advanced levels specifically. Here’s hoping someone will enlighten you…

  4. I’m so excited I won! Thank you so much! ขอบคุณมากค่ะ!

  5. Congrats to the winners! Best wishes to all of you on furthering your Thai studies. If anyone has feedback specific to the intermediate and advanced levels, I’d love to hear it!

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