Centre for Continuing Education

Thai Course 203 (Level 7)

Thai. Learn Thai with us.

More structured grammar and vocabulary used in both formal and informal settings will be introduced through conversations, stories and current affairs. Students will read various styles of text such as local Thai menus, travel signs and package tours, and discuss stories, current news in brief and gain greater cultural awareness.


By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • describe the place you live, including likes and dislikes
  • invite friends over for dinner
  • discuss your favourite place to live
  • engage in small talk about buying property and a business in Thailand
  • talk about what you are doing in the present, future and past
  • read more real complex Thai menus
  • read travel signs for travelling around
  • read the package tours and compare and select your choice.


This course covers the following topics:

  • talking about where you live in a house or apartment, describing it in detail
  • inviting friends for dinner at home
  • discussing your favourite place
  • talking about buying property and real estate
  • small talk: what you like to do when you’re bored
  • reading a local Thai restaurant menu and discussing food which you’d like to order.

Intended audience

Suitable for those who have completed all levels of Thai up to 202 or who have completed 145 hours of recent face-to-face tuition.

Delivery style

This course is delivered as a series of interactive workshops where active participation is encouraged.

Prescribed text

Students are not required to purchase a prescribed text for this course. All course materials will be provided in class.

Please note

Selected Language courses that teach spoken language may include use of language immersion (course instruction in the selected language) as part of the training strategy.


Language courses are offered in four terms each year during January, April, July and October.

Apply for the language repeat discount.

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