Category Archives: Learning Thai

Why It’s Called Mezzie Learns

When I started this blog, I was just rekindling an obsession with the Thai language, and my first thought for the title of the blog was, “Mezzie Learns Thai.” I’d read other Thai learning blogs, and there wasn’t much to … Continue reading

Posted in ASL, Celiac/Gluten-Free, Decluttering, Environmentalism, Learning Multiple Languages, Learning Spanish, Learning Thai, Personal, Plastic-Free Living | 1 Comment

How Much Damage Can a Break Cause?

This morning I’m back to taking Thai classes after a three-week break from both classes and studying. Two of those weeks were planned — my husband took off two weeks for his 40th birthday, and I chose to spend as … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Thai | 3 Comments

The Five Stages of Learning to Read Thai

DENIAL There can’t possibly be 44 consonants and 32 vowels. The human mouth can’t even make that many sounds. I bet you only use about 20, so I’ll just learn the letters in the words I use the most. The … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Thai | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Learn Thai Podcast Features

Here is a rundown of Learn Thai Podcast‘s features so you can decide if it will be helpful to you. The Dashboard There are three ways to get to the lessons you want. The first is to click on any … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Thai | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments

Four Weeks In

On December 2nd I posted my plan to learn 100 words a week and build to a 5,000 word active vocabulary by the end on 2014. I’m happy to post that I’m right on track, having learned 400 new words … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Thai | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Get Your Head Out of the Gutter

Yes, I realize all the screenshots on the last couple posts show the pages my browser is open to, and one of them looks a bit suspect, but just like all the other tabs, it’s open to a harmless Thai … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Thai | Leave a comment

ThaiPod101 Features

Just because I chose Learn Thai Podcast over ThaiPod101 doesn’t mean ThaiPod101 is useless. It actually has a lot of pretty great features. If I could afford them both, I probably would subscribe to both. To its credit, the more … Continue reading

Posted in Learning Thai | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment