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How to say you can’t wait for something in Thai

How to say you can’t wait for something in Thai

In this article, I will explain how to say "I can't wait for something" in Thai. In Thai, we use the word ไหว (wăi) to explain that something is do-able and is within the capacity to do it. In contrast, the word ไม่ไหว (mâi wăi) is used to explain the opposite of...

Thai Tones | Cheatsheet and Complete Guide

Thai Tones | Cheatsheet and Complete Guide

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4MPfQgZo5I Let's learn all about Thai Tones in this article. I will explain what each of the five Thai tones are, how to determine which tone to use, show you many examples, and why pronouncing words with the correct tone is important...

Dead vs live syllables in Thai

Dead vs live syllables in Thai

In order to determine the tone of a syllable, you need to know the difference between dead and live syllables in Thai. In this article, I will explain how to know if a syllable is dead or live. Live syllable ending A live syllable ending is a word that ends with a...

Silent ห and อ in Thai

Silent ห and อ in Thai

A common point of confusion for many of my students is when they encounter the silent ห and อ in Thai. This is because when you first learn Thai, you might have thought ห is just a consonant and อ is just a vowel. However, ห and อ can be used as tone modifiers. When...

The Complete Guide : How to Count in Thai

The Complete Guide : How to Count in Thai

Being able to count in Thai is very important. You will always be running into situations where you need to count something, say the quantity, calculate something, etc. Luckily counting in Thai isn't very difficult. In this article, I will teach you everything you...

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