Thai (THAI)

THAI 130 Beginning Thai I & II

An introduction to the spoken and written Thai language. Beginning Tibetan will explain the fundmentals of the modern Tibetan language in its literary and spoken forms. Students will develop the ability to read the Tibetan script and identify and analyze Tibetan grammatical forms. Students will also learn conversational Tibetan, and be introduced to the structure of spoken grammar and its pronunciation. This class will provide a foundation for reading Tibetan literature, both classical and modern, and for speaking Tibetan. Prerequisite: Offered through the Penn Language Center.

For BA Students: Language Course

Two terms. student must enter first term.

Activity: Lecture

1.0 Course Unit

Notes: Offered through the Penn Language Center.

THAI 131 Beginning Thai II

Beginning Tibetan II will develop fundamentals of teh modern Tibetan language in its literary and spoken forms. Students will continue learning to read Tibetan and analyze Tibetan grammatical forms. Students will also continue learning conversational Tibetan, and increase familiarity with the structures of spoken grammar and pronunciation. This course will provide a foundation for reading Tibetan literature, both classical and modern, and for speaking Tibetan. Rich and colorful cuture of Tibet will be part of the curriculum.

Two terms. student must enter first term.

Prerequisite: THAI 130

Activity: Lecture

1.0 Course Unit

THAI 230 Intermediate Thai I & II

A continuation of ALAN 130, the spoken and written Thai language. Prerequisite: Offered through the Penn Language Center.

For BA Students: Language Course

Two terms. student must enter first term.

Prerequisite: THAI 131

Activity: Lecture

1.0 Course Unit

THAI 231 Intermediate Thai II

Activity: Lecture

1.0 Course Unit