ThaiTrainer111 gives you a quick and easy way to study and learn the Thai language independently. With sound and pictures. We have included phonetic writing in English as well as spoken text in this program.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:24
English, German, French
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: ThaiTrainer111 gives you a quick and easy way to study and learn the Thai language independently. Since this language uses its own individual alphabet and grammar, there are no comparisons to any of the europeean languages possible. This makes learning Thai not easy indeed. ThaiTrainer111 will help you over the most difficult hurdles. We have included phonetic writing in English as well as spoken text in this program. This enables you, bypassing the written Thai, to learn to pronounce correctly. Furthermore, and this is an exclusive feature, we offer a word for word translation of the spoken Thai, enabling you to experience the structure and grammar of this language firsthand. By means of multiple-choice questions you can test your progress and confirm your knowledge.Through the soundtrack you can listen to the exact pronunciation, and get a good feeling for the ring of the spoken Thai. Since a lot of the tones and vowels sound unusual to our ears, this is a most valuable tool. The text was spoken by Thai-students and is thus an exponent of how this language is used today. In the "Interrogation" function you can now save your result. When you go back to this lesson your result will be shown in percentages. This will enable you to earmark the lessons that need to be trained further. The learning process is now more visual. Where possible we have included images and pictures of the words to learn. This enables you to immediately grasp the meaning without having to translate to your own language, and thus improving your learning tempo. Program menus in English, German, French, Dutch
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