What's the hardest thing for foreigners when learning Thai? ... What about Chinese? Indonesian and other languages?
Do Thais really have 'stiff tongue' ลิ้น แข็ง when they speak in English?
Is 'Dreaming in a Language' really a sign of 'arriving' in that language?
In this Episode of Talking Thailand with Khun Pleum (M.L. Nattakorn Devakula), Grace Robinson and Adam Bradshaw interview Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj.
Languages that Stuart or 'Jay' use during the interview include English, Thai, Indonesian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Danish and Spanish.
You can read a full transcript of the interview here - http://stujay.com/2014/05/0...
Stuart or Khun 'Jay' talks about how to best approach learning languages like Thai and Chinese and talks about techniques that can help foreign learners overcome obstacles like tones and grammar.
He also talks about what he sees as the top challenges that foreigners face learning Thai, as well as challenges that Thais face when learning English and other foreign languages.
The interview is Bilingual (about 80% English), with English subtitles for the whole interview.
To watch the full original episode, you can view it on VoiceTV's site at:http://shows.voicetv.co.th/...
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