My 30 Day Thai Language Trial: Week Four

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Week four of my 30 day Thai language trial…

Don't Break the ChainHere I am again. Reporting in. And just like last week, I’m here say that nothing has changed. I now have a new study habit. And the weird thing about it is this: it’s like I’ve had it forever.

As before, I listened, read, and repeated the scheduled Thai conversations. Some days I did well, other days I didn’t. But I studied each and every day, with no missing days in the chain.

One unexpected outcome is my increased confidence with Thai. My previous mode of studying in dribs and drabs never garnered the same results.

So if you are stuck with your Thai studies, perhaps you too should give a serious thought towards a 30 day Thai language trial.

Note: There will be one more post on the subject of my 30 day language trial. So until then… WHOOOHOOOO! (I made it… almost 😉


My 30 day Thai language trial…

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2 thoughts on “My 30 Day Thai Language Trial: Week Four”

  1. Hi Amy, thanks! I’m pleased at how it turned out. Very.

    I’m going to continue studying every day. And if I don’t have the time or energy for a full-fledged session, I will just listen to the vocabulary and conversations.

    Some language students seem to be able to learn by minimal input, but I’m not one of them. My brain needs a constant flow of the language. I will compensate by making sure that I get a daily dose of Thai.
    .-= Catherine hopes you will read…Thai Language Thai Culture: Talking About the Weather =-.

  2. Hey You did it, Cat! I’m most impressed and very happy that it garnered some solid results for you.

    How do you think you will take your Thai studies into the future?


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