Thai Alphabet Game F is a cool app that helps you learn the Thai language by playing a series of mini games. The app introduces you to the most common Thai alphabets and numbers and offers help in learning to write the Thai them, while simultaneously working on their pronunciations and meanings. The app is ideal for kids and beginners, but you can also brush up on your Thai language skills if you’d like by playing the various mini games on offer.
Thai Alphabet Game F App Review
In order to appreciate the basics of the Thai language, it is important that you start by studying the Thai letters (44 consonants) and numbers (10). The first section of the app does that by allowing you to trace your finger along the script’s outline and then learn the pronunciation of it when you’re done. You’ll also see a pictorial representation to know what you are learning. An English word translation is also available to better understand the pronunciation.
Once you’ve mastered the alphabets and numbers, you can start practicing them by identifying, learning and writing each alphabet with the help of some fun mini games. The app currently has 5 mini games in its kitty.
In the Shadow Rooster game, you will see a dark outline of an item with its Thai meaning enclosed within bouncing stars. You need to select the correct star that corresponds to the item. The Rooster game is quite similar, except that you can see the full image of the item displayed.
The Audio game has you listening to an audio pronunciation and selecting the correct Thai word that is again displayed within bouncing stars. The Match game is all about dragging the correct star to its corresponding image while the Driving game has you maneuvering the car across lanes to pick up letters and their corresponding images.
If you hit the Owl Master who acts as your game guide, you will find a comprehensive Alphabet List for quick reference.
The games do not fully exploit all the idioms available in the Thai language but selects the basic ones. All the games are completely fun to play and there’s a good chance that you’ll master the Thai alphabets and even learn to speak them fluently if you play the game consistently. In fact, by pairing the alphabets to the images, you’ll always remember each word’s meaning.
The downside to the app is its music, which is fun to listen to but is repetitive and loud and starts to get annoying after a few minutes. I sadly could not find any options to turn off the music. Other than that, I found Thai Alphabet Game F App to be a pretty cool guide to the Thai language that lets you gain fluency by playing with alphabets and listening to their pronunciations. If you are a beginner and want to learn the language in a fun way, click below to download it from the Play Store.