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Are you smart enough to learn languages?

Are you smart enough to learn languages?

Common questions I get from many of my students are "Am I smart enough to learn a language?", "Am I smart enough to learn Thai?", "Why am I learning so slow?". My answer to that question is always, the important thing is consistency and developing a habit of studying....

How to find time to study a language?

How to find time to study a language?

I meet a lot of people who are interested in learning languages. However, a huge percentage of them always say the same thing "I would love to learn a new language, but I don't have the time". Do you really not have enough time? In this article, I will give you a few...

Beach Related vocabulary in Thai

Beach Related vocabulary in Thai

https://www.youtube.com/embed/jfFfChlsTzA Download the transcript of the video here: Video Thai Transcript. As many of you probably know, Thailand is famous for its many beaches. In this article, you will learn many vocabularies related to beaches. Vocabulary related...

Swimming related words in Thai

Swimming related words in Thai

Swimming is a great activity to do in Thailand. Since Thailand is so hot, swimming can be a great way to cool down. In this article, I will teach you many swimming related vocabulary. You will learn how to say the different swimming styles and strokes in the Thai...

Difference between เอา, มี, and อยาก

Difference between เอา, มี, and อยาก

So many of my students get confused with the words เอา, อยาก, and มี (ao, yàak, and mee). In this article, I wish to clarify that and give you examples so that you understand the differences. เอา (ao) เอา (ao) means to take/get something in your possession. For...

Bathroom words in Thai

Bathroom words in Thai

In this article, I will teach you bathroom-related words (including how to say you need to do number 1 or number 2 in Thai!). How to say poop and pee in Thai Poop/To poop/To shitอึ (èu)ขี้ (kêe)Pee/piss/To peeชิ้งฉ่อง (chíng-chòng)ฉี่ (chèe)เยี่ยว...

How to talk about your new year resolutions in Thai

How to talk about your new year resolutions in Thai

New year just happened! It is now 2021 or in Thai years it is 2565. Many people use the new year to set up New year resolutions. In this article, you will learn how to talk about your resolutions/goals in the Thai language. 🚨 Remember: To say "me" or "I" women say...

Vocabulary related to golf in Thai 🏌️‍♂️

Vocabulary related to golf in Thai 🏌️‍♂️

Thailand has a lot of great golf courses. In fact, I worked with many Koreans who come to Thailand a few times a year just to play golf. In this article, I will teach you all the vocabulary you need to know to speak about Golf in the Thai language. Words related to...

How to wish a happy Chinese New year in Thai

How to wish a happy Chinese New year in Thai

Another important new year other than Songkran and 1st January that is celebrated in Thailand is Chinese new year. Chinese new year In Thai Chinese new year is called ตรุจจีน (dtrùt jeen). ตรุจจีน takes place between 21 January and 20 February every year. Due to big...

How to wish a happy Songkran

How to wish a happy Songkran

Thailand celebrates 3 new years. The first new year is January 1st, the second is Chinese new year and the third and the most important one is Songkran (สงกรานต์). In This article, I will teach you how to wish a happy Songkran day. What is Songkran day? Songkran is...

How to wish a happy new year in Thai

How to wish a happy new year in Thai

January 1st is coming soon and more people are already preparing to get together and spend time with their family. In this article, let's learn how to say 'Happy new year in Thai'. Table Of ContentsWishing a Happy new year in ThaiDid you that Thais celebrate 2 more...

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