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Veterans Day in Thai

Veterans Day in Thai

Veterans day in Thailand is a different date than in the USA. In Thailand, Veterans day is on February 3rd. In the USA, Veterans Day is on November 11. Having said this, these days are used to honor the Military and Soldiers. To say Veterans day in the Thai language...

Understanding Royal words in Thai

Understanding Royal words in Thai

Thai royal words or คำราชาศัพท์ (raa-chaa sàp) can be difficult even for Thais themselves because it is not used in everyday conversation. There are 3 cases in which we use royal words: We use it when talking about the royal familyWhen talking about Jesus as written...

How to say Happy Easter in Thai

How to say Happy Easter in Thai

Easter is a celebration of Jesus Christ's resurrection. Since Thai's are 94% Buddhist, Easter is not commonly celebrated in Thailand. However, I will teach you how to say Easter in Thai and talk about Easter related vocabulary. Happy Easter in Thai is...

Different ways to say to pray in Thai

Different ways to say to pray in Thai

There are a few ways to say To pray in Thai depending on how you pray. In this article, I'm going to teach you vocabulary and give you context in which each word is used so that you will be able to use them correctly and naturally. Table Of Contentsอธิษฐาน...

Shapes in the Thai Language

Shapes in the Thai Language

In this article, I will teach you all the vocabulary you need to know to be able to talk about the shapes in Thai. Let's start with the word for Shape, which is รูปทรง (rôop song). Another word you should know, which is a base of many of the words you will learn is...

How to say Happy Valentine’s day in Thai ❤️

How to say Happy Valentine’s day in Thai ❤️

Although Valentine's Day is a western holiday, it is now a day that is celebrated in Thailand. During Valentine's day, you will see malls full of decorations and Thai people buy gifts, chocolate, flowers for their significant others. To say Happy Valentines Day in...

Thanksgiving day in Thai 🦃

Thanksgiving day in Thai 🦃

Thanksgiving day is not a day celebrated in Thailand. In fact, most people probably don't even know what it is. However, I will teach you how to talk about Thanksgiving in the Thai language. Thanksgiving day in Thai is วันขอบคุณพระเจ้า (wan kòp kun prá jâo). Let's...

Difference between ต้อง and ต้องการ

Difference between ต้อง and ต้องการ

Many of my students often make a mistake of messing up ต้อง (dtông) and ต้องการ (dtông gaan). Mixing them up will result in a change in meaning. I will explain the difference between them. ต้อง ต้อง (dtông) means must, have to, need to, required to, etc. All of these...

Different ways to say to crush something in Thai

Different ways to say to crush something in Thai

There are a few ways to say to crush in Thai. Let's learn what they are and if there are any differences between them. ❗️ Please note the following are all for the literal meaning of "crush" and not expressions (like having a crush on someone). The 3 words you will...

How to say Merry Christmas in Thai 🎄

How to say Merry Christmas in Thai 🎄

Christmas is not an official holiday in Thailand, however during the Christmas season you will see many of the malls decorated and it is a day many Thais enjoy. To wish someone a Merry Christmas in Thai you say สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส (sùk-săn wan krít-mâat). Let's...

How to say YES & NO in Thai

How to say YES & NO in Thai

As a Thai teacher, I often see students that take classes with me ask, "How do I answer yes or no to that question?". Here I would like to explain all the ways to say yes in Thai and all the ways to say no in Thai. I'll explain different situations and also point out...

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