“Fun, Interactive, Practical, Engaging…”
Why Duke Language School?
Learn Thai with highly trained teachers who teach the fun and interactive way.
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Stay in Thailand for 9 months or 15 months with the ED Visa.
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Just 5 minutes walk from Nana BTS station.
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Fun Enjoyable Courses
Original up-to-date textbooks with easy-to-understand pictures and in-depth explanations.
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Interact with the comic series from our textbooks that make learning Thai easy to follow and understand.
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Remember important words faster with (mobile compatible) online flashcards.
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“FUN IS OUR SERIOUS BUSINESS”
Have you ever felt that learning Thai is too difficult? Have you ever thought of giving up?
To most people, it’s too much trouble understanding the complexity of this unique language.
But does it really have to be that way?
At Duke Language School, energetic, helpful and linguistically-competent teachers have little interest in abiding by traditional rote-learning, and neither should you. No matter where you’re from or what native language you speak, our unique method of teaching will get you speaking functional Thai used everyday by Thai people, and not textbook Thai of little use outside school.
We are a team of edupreneurs and teaching professionals on a mission to transform language learning into a fun, interesting, and engaging experience.
Fun is our serious business. Visit our school for a free trial lesson to let us show you how learning Thai can be fun.
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