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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...

How to say Thank you in Thai

How to say Thank you in Thai

Having manners is very important in Thailand (and everywhere in the world 😉). Being able to say thanks or thank you in Thai language will be very useful as you will probably say thanks multiple times a day. In this article, I will explain the most common ways to say...

Different ways to say to fall in Thai

Different ways to say to fall in Thai

In Thai Language, there are a few ways to say to drop or to fall. I will explain the different ways and when to use each. 💡 Keep in mind that a lot of times the word ลง (long) is added after the vocabulary meaning "to fall" because ลง means down. So it's like saying...

Learn Thai Jokes – Part 2

Learn Thai Jokes – Part 2

https://www.youtube.com/embed/IIIMgWdeqhE Q: ว่ายน้ำท่าอะไรต้องใส่หมวกกันน็อก?A: ท่าจะบ้า Q: wâai náam tâa à-rai dtông sài mùak-gan-nók A: tâa jà bâa Joke explanation This joke is a play on words. The joke translates to: Q:...

Plural form in Thai

Plural form in Thai

When you want to change a word from singular to plural in English, most of the time you just add an s at the end (kid => kids, horse => horses, laptop => laptops). There are exceptions such as child =>children, woman => women). Thai language does not...

How to ask What is your name in Thai?

How to ask What is your name in Thai?

"What is your name?" is a question you will ask and get asked often in Thailand. Let's learn how to say it. What is your name In Thai? What is your name in Thai is คุณชื่ออะไร (kun chêu à-rai). Literally: You name what? Let's break it down. คุณ kun = You...

Telling directions in Thai

Telling directions in Thai

In this article, I will teach you important words you need to know when you want to tell directions. This will be useful for you when you get in a taxi, travel around Thailand, ask for directions, etc. Let's go! Important vocabulary เลี้ยวlíeowto...

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