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How to say Sorry in Thai

How to say Sorry in Thai

If you want to say sorry in the Thai Language, the most common way is saying ขอโทษ (kŏr tôht). You can use kŏr tôht to mean "excuse me", "sorry", "apologies". Please note that kŏr tôht is NOT used to say sorry when offering sympathy (like the death of a loved one)....

Should I learn to read the Thai alphabet?

Should I learn to read the Thai alphabet?

As a language learner (and a teacher) I can say that the Thai alphabet is difficult. By difficult I mean it takes more time and effort to master and read effortlessly than other languages. There are 44 consonants symbols, at least 32 vowel combinations, and 5 tones....

How to say congratulations in Thai and it’s variations

How to say congratulations in Thai and it’s variations

There are various ways to say 'congratulations' in Thai depending on the formality and situation. Here we will discover all the ways to say 'congratulations'. Table Of ContentsCongratulations in ThaiAdding softness with นะ náAdding an impolite particle with เว้ย (to...

The difference between คิดอะไร and คิดยังไง

The difference between คิดอะไร and คิดยังไง

I see a lot of students who are learning Thai have a hard time choosing between คิดอะไร (kít à-rai) and คิดยังไง (kít yang ngai). Here I will explain the difference between the two words and give real life examples. What are you thinking? คิดอะไร คิด (kít): to...

How to use แหละ làe in Thai

How to use แหละ làe in Thai

แหละ (làe) is a Thai particle that you might have heard but aren't quite sure how to use. In Thai, there are many particles that change the nuance or even the meaning of the sentences. In this article, I will explain how and when to use แหละ (làe). To say "That's it!"...

How to say I can’t speak Thai

How to say I can’t speak Thai

In this article, you will learn a few common ways to say I can't speak Thai, some common mistakes, and also advanced tips on how to speak like a real Thai. Let's take a look at them together. pôot paa-săa tai mâi dâai พูดภาษาไทยไม่ได้ The exact/literal translation of...

Accessories in Thai

Accessories in Thai

In this article, I will teach you the vocabulary for all types of accessories in the Thai language (such as watches, handbags, bracelets, cellphones, etc). Let’s start with accessories in General. Accessories in Thai is ของใช้ส่วนตัว (kŏng chái sùan dtua). Which...

How to ask How are you in Thai

How to ask How are you in Thai

Being able to ask "How are you" is an essential phrase to know! There are a couple of ways to ask How are you in Thai. In this post, I will show you the most common ways and as well as some example sentences. ⭐️ Please remember to always end the sentences with Ka if...

Halloween in Thai Language 🎃 👻

Halloween in Thai Language 🎃 👻

In Thailand, Halloween isn't considered a holiday. Malls might put decorations and bars might have Halloween events but aside from that, it's pretty much non-existent. Having said that, let me teach you some Halloween related vocabulary in Thai. To say Halloween in...

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