You asked: Is Thai a good language to learn?

For Westerners, Thai can be a really difficult language to learn because it’s a tonal language that we are not used to. … Foreigners who decide to not learn Thai have a lot of different excuses such as the tones are so difficult, Thai people speak so fast, and life in Thailand is fun even if you don’t speak Thai.

Is it worth it to learn Thai?

It is totally worth to study Thai in case you intend to live there. Needless to say, it is much more comfortable and convenient to speak native language while stay abroad. It is not worth if you do it only for business. Most Thai business man are good at English or speak in English more or less.

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!

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).

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Why do people learn Thai?

Learning Thai helps you better understand the culture. For example, the way Thai people talk to each other, the colloquialisms they use, the way different objects are classified, and the way in which people are addressed.

What language is dying?

How many endangered languages are there in the World and what are the chances they will die out completely?

UNESCO languages by degress of endangeredness.

Name in English Number of speakers Degree of endangerment
Mising 550000 Definitely endangered
Ossete 550000 Vulnerable
Mizo 529000 Vulnerable
Dargwa 503523 Vulnerable

Is French a dead language?

The French language is not dying, but rather, it is growing due to rising French-speaking populations namely oi Africa. Along with German, it’s one of the most important natively-spoken languages in the European Union, and despite being strictly controlled by the Acadamie Française, it’s evolving.

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 is Thai language so hard?

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.

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