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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...

Clothes in Thai Language

Clothes in Thai Language

In this article, I will teach you the vocabulary for all the clothes in Thai and clothes related vocabulary. Let's start with clothes in General. Clothes in general is เสื้อผ้า (sêua pâa). ผ้า pâa by itself means fabric. Words for Clothes in Thai Hat 🧢: หมวก mùakShirt...

How to say North, South, East, West in Thai 🧭

How to say North, South, East, West in Thai 🧭

In this article, I will explain how to talk about north, south, east, west in Thai language. Cardinal Directions If you are talking about the cardinal / compass directions like in a map then you would say the following: North: ทิศเหนือ tít nĕua (literally: direction...

How to play rock paper scissors in Thai 🔨 📄✂️

How to play rock paper scissors in Thai 🔨 📄✂️

Playing rock paper scissors 🔨 📄✂️ is the first thing that I remember playing as a child. I still play it with my little brother. Instead of saying "rock, paper, scissor say shoot", in Thai, we say: เป่า ยิง ~~~~~ ฉุบ (bpào · ying · chùp). We...

How to use คะ ค่ะ นะคะ (ká, kâ, and ná ká)

How to use คะ ค่ะ นะคะ (ká, kâ, and ná ká)

In this lesson, we will learn the differences between คะ, ค่ะ, and นะคะ (ká, kâ, and ná ká). These are polite particles that women add at the back of sentences. Even some Thais get a little confused with these three because we forget the reading rule and we ending up...

Top 100 most frequently used Thai verbs

Top 100 most frequently used Thai verbs

Learn the Thai verbs you will encounter most often! To be: is, am, are เป็น bpenExample: I am a Thai person. ผมเป็นคนไทย pŏm bpen kon taiTo haveมี meeExample: I have Thai friends. ผมมีเพื่อนคนไทย pŏm mee pêuan kon taiTo doทำ tamExample: What did you do in Thailand?...

How to say Cheers in Thai 🍻

How to say Cheers in Thai 🍻

You might go out to drink a Leo or a Singha beer with your Thai friends. Do you know how to say cheers in Thai? In this article, I will teach you the ways to say cheers and explain what they mean. Quick answer: The most common ways to say cheers in Thai language is...

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