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Category Archives: Thai Language

Many / Some / Every

Posted in: Thai Language on September 24, 2012

Let’s review the meaning of these three words together. – หลาย (laai) + clf. = many – บาง (bang) + clf. = some – ทุก (tuk) + clf. = every Every time you say these three words in Thai, please … Continue reading



Learning Thai

Posted in: Thai Language, Uncategorized on June 12, 2012

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น้ำลดแล้ว ดีใจจังเลย (naam lot laew, dee-jai jang-leey) = Flooding is gone, I’m so happy. จังเลย (jang-leey) = So / Very We say this word after adjective or adverb or sometimes after verb when the situation is happening, we don’t use … Continue reading



เป็น (bpēn) = Verb to be

Posted in: Thai Language on October 21, 2011

สวัสดีค่ะ sawat dii ka. Noun + เป็น(bpen) +Noun Example: ผมเป็นนักเรียน (pom bpen nakrian) = I am a student. เราเป็นคนไทย (rao bpen kon-tai) = We are Thai people. จอยเป็นชื่อเล่นดิฉัน (Joy bpen cheu-len dichan) = “Joy” is my nick name. but between … Continue reading



Kráp and kâ

Posted in: Thai Language on September 21, 2010

In Thai language, “kráp” or “kâ” are pronounced with a short vowel. They have no meaning. We say them at the end of every sentence to show politeness and respect to the person you are talking with.



You

Posted in: Culture, Thai Language on September 2, 2010

The word for “you” in Thai is “kun”, but this is not the only word we use to refer to people. In Thailand, for respect to older people we call them “you” by many different words to make it more … Continue reading



Hello Everybody!

Posted in: Thai Language, Website on August 20, 2010

“Sawat Dii” = Hello Welcome to my site. I’ll be posting at least once a week about Thai language and culture. I hope you enjoy. If you are looking to learn Thai language online by Skype, take a look at … Continue reading