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Animal sounds in Thai (Onomatopoeia)

Animal sounds in Thai (Onomatopoeia)

Here, I list the 17 most common onomatopoeia for animal sounds in Thai. You will notice that in Thai, animals make different sounds as compared to English. For example, in English, dogs say "woof" but in Thai they say "bók". Or ducks say "quack" in English but "gáap"...

How to talk about the weather in Thai

How to talk about the weather in Thai

Talking about the weather is a good starting point for any conversation. In this article, I will tell you all the vocabulary you need to know to be able to talk about the weather in Thai. Vocabulary about weather in Thai Weather, air: อากาศ aa-gàatGood weather:...

Learn how to say the Organs in Thai Language

Learn how to say the Organs in Thai Language

In this article, I will teach you the vocabulary for the organs in Thai. Organs in Thai Brain : สมอง sà-mŏngSkull : กะโหลก gà-lòhkThyroid : ไทรอยด์ tai-roiRibs : ซี่โครง sêe krohngLiver : ตับ dtàpKidney : ไต taiHeart : หัวใจ hŭa jaiLungs : ปอด bpòtTendons : เส้นเอ็น...

Private Parts in Thai (How to say penis and vagina)

Private Parts in Thai (How to say penis and vagina)

Talking about sexual organs / private parts in Thai is often a taboo topic. For the sake of education, I will teach you. Male Private Part Let's start off with the word penis. In Thai there are few ways to say it. จู๋ jŏo This is the most common way to say penis. Most...

Learn how to say the Body parts in Thai Language

Learn how to say the Body parts in Thai Language

In this article, I will teach you the vocabulary for the Body parts in Thai. Head Head: หัว hŭaFace: หน้า nâaHair on head: ผม pŏmEyes: ตา taaEyeballs: ลูกตา lôok dtaaEars: หู hŏoForehead: หน้าผาก nâa pàakNose: จมูก jà-mòokCheeks: แก้ม gâemBeard: เครา kraoMustache:...

Active voice & Passive voice in Thai

Active voice & Passive voice in Thai

In this article, I will teach you about how to use active and passive voice in Thai. Active voice is when the subject acts upon its verb (ex: I eat the food). Passive voice means that a subject is a recipient of a verb's action (The food was eaten). Let's look at some...

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