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How to say Goodbye like a Thai

How to say Goodbye like a Thai

The most common way to say Goodbye like a Thai is เจอกัน (jer gan) and หวัดดี (wàt dee). But you can also say สวัสดี sà-wàt-dee (the same word as hello). I noticed many Thai learning applications and google translate say that goodbye is ลาก่อน (laa gòn). However, you...

How to say ‘What is this called’ in Thai

How to say ‘What is this called’ in Thai

In this post, I will go over a few very important questions you will undoubtedly ask a lot when you first learn Thai. The questions we will go over all relate to asking someone "what does something mean in Thai?" or "how do you say something in Thai?" 1....

11 popular Thai Fruits and how to say them

11 popular Thai Fruits and how to say them

If you are a fruit lover and you come to Thailand you are going to have a great time! Thailand has a huge abundance of fresh, delicious fruits some of which you will have a difficult time finding in other parts of the world. If you ever wondered how to say these...

Difference between ไม่เคย and ไม่มีวัน

Difference between ไม่เคย and ไม่มีวัน

In this post, we will learn how to use the following words ไม่เคย and ไม่มีวัน (mâi koie and mâi mee wan) and the differences between the 2 words. Both words technically mean "never" but they are used differently. The quick answer is ไม่เคย (mâi koie) is to say you...

How to say ‘Addicted to something’ in Thai

How to say ‘Addicted to something’ in Thai

The word ติด (dtìt) has many meanings. It can mean to be stuck, to be addicted, and is used as a compound word in many Thai words (such as ติดต่อ dtìt dtòr (to contact), ติดตั้ง dtìt dtâng (to set up / install), รถติด rót dtìt (traffic jam), etc. However, in this...

Different meanings of the word ตา (dtaa)

Different meanings of the word ตา (dtaa)

In this post you will learn different meanings of the word ตา (dtaa). The most common meaning that everyone probably knows is eye or eyes but ตา also has other meanings. 1. Eye and eye-related words The first meaning is "eyes". There are also many words regarding...

Different ways to say hair in Thai

Different ways to say hair in Thai

There are 2 ways to say Hair in Thai. The words are ผม pŏm and ขน kŏn.  Do you know what the difference is? ผม pŏm ผม is when you are talking about the hair on your head. For example: hair cutตัดผมdtàt pŏmYour hair is smoothผมของคุณเรียบpŏm kŏng kun rîap ขน kŏn ขน is...

Useful Thai Pattern: ยิ่ง (…) ยิ่ง (…)

Useful Thai Pattern: ยิ่ง (…) ยิ่ง (…)

In this post, we will learn a very useful pattern in Thai ยิ่ง (...) ยิ่ง (...) (yîng (...) yîng (...)). This pattern is used to say “the more …. the more…”. For example “the more challenging, the more fun” = ยิ่งท้าทายยิ่งสนุก (yîng táa taai yîng sà-nùk).Another...

1 Word to Help You Talk to Yourself in Thai

1 Word to Help You Talk to Yourself in Thai

Have you ever talked to yourself? Like ahh… where is my key? What should I do? etc. In Thai, there’s ​one particular word to make what you say sound like you are talking to yourself. I will help you talk to yourself in Thai with the word: น้อ (nór) Here are some...

4 Words to replace “mak” (“VERY”) in Thai

4 Words to replace “mak” (“VERY”) in Thai

Are you tired of using the word มาก (mâak) which means very in THAI? If the answer is yes then this article will be of great benefit to you. Here we will take a look at 4 words you can use as alternatives to มาก (mâak) (Very in Thai). #1 จังเลย (jang loie) If you live...

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