Genki Thai + other updates

Want to learn Thai online for free? Genki Thai is finally here: Perfect for your next holiday to Thailand!

A lot of Thai materials sound really, really boring so I’ve made it as Genki as possible, with of course keeping the tones correct. If you fancy a challenge there are 11 games online now with a new one (and some graphics updates) to come each week.

Here are this week’s other updates:
GenkiJapan.Net is a set of new Japan culture, food & calendar videos
Talking Parent & Child English is Look at the bubbles
LearnJapaneseFAQ is After Pimsleur, what next?
And finally my Video Lesson for the Week is from Shinjuku station.

Wow, I am working on far too many sites! If you like any of them I’d really appreciate any help you could give in spreading the word to other people. Either on discussion boards or emails with friends, the more people who know about the sites the easier it is to make new things and to learn new ideas we can all use in Genki English. Of course telling other people on blogs or forums about Genki English is also very much appreciated and helps us all!

Finally the comment competition winner for February, chosen by, was…. Julian-K!
I think we’re going to end up with people winning twice at this rate so all you lurkers out there (and regulars of course!), try commenting, it’s free and you might just win!

Anyway, enjoy it’s the next best thing to being here!

Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. And when I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. So I'm sharing it all with you now...

8 Responses to “Genki Thai + other updates”

  1. Julian-k

    親子英語! I just showed my wife, and she’s thrilled/ mailing it out to her friends as i speak!

    Pretty chuffed to be the CD winner too! Thanks! Alright if i request CD9 when it’s out? or is that against the rules? =D

  2. Margit

    Julian-k, congratulation!
    Enjoy the feeling of being a “Superhero”. Have fun.

    I’m kind of puzzled noticing that there are so many sites. I was most surprised seeing, that there is a blog like this in Spanish. Reading through everything every day takes lots of time, but how much time it needs to create these sites. AMAZING!

  3. richard

    @Julian-K: No probs, I think everyone is going for CD9!

    @Margit: Puzzled? I was going to upload some more English stuff today, but just got roped into tasting cocktails and auditioning a new chef (lovely seafood!) I hope you all don’t mind if I take the afternoon off!

  4. Carol

    Neat to have Thai…. mayeb someday I’ll visit Asia! My cousin spent two years there an agricultural engineer with the Peace Corps in the southern part. He was never the same afterwards. Thailand really touched him.

    Bon appétit Richard!

  5. Rosebud

    Well done Julian-K.

    Hey Richard, take it easy this afternoon by all means. You’ve deserved it. And what a way to relax;)

  6. Flossy

    Congratulations Julian K.

    I had to take a look at the site as I could not work out what the white objects were on the vegetables page! I found out they were cashew nuts. Another great site. Well Done Richard.

  7. Spencer

    Ok, I knew you would do it, but was wondering when it would happen. Thank you so much for genkithai! I am actually studying Thai right now for fun, so why not make it genki and with games and songs to get stuck in my head. Thanks a lot Richard kun! Keep up the great work.

  8. Julian

    Wow – my heart skipped a beat just then when I saw Julian had won the prize this month. I’ve been holding my breath as every month comes to an end……then I spotted the -K bit.


    Still, not winning means just trying again, ne?

    Congratulations, Julian….enjoy the warm glow of success!

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