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How to wish a happy Chinese New year in Thai

How to wish a happy Chinese New year in Thai

Another important new year other than Songkran and 1st January that is celebrated in Thailand is Chinese new year. Chinese new year In Thai Chinese new year is called ตรุจจีน (dtrùt jeen). ตรุจจีน takes place between 21 January and 20 February every year. Due to big...

How to wish a happy Songkran

How to wish a happy Songkran

Thailand celebrates 3 new years. The first new year is January 1st, the second is Chinese new year and the third and the most important one is Songkran (สงกรานต์). In This article, I will teach you how to wish a happy Songkran day. What is Songkran day? Songkran is...

How to wish a happy new year in Thai

How to wish a happy new year in Thai

January 1st is coming soon and more people are already preparing to get together and spend time with their family. In this article, let's learn how to say 'Happy new year in Thai'. Table Of ContentsWishing a Happy new year in ThaiDid you that Thais celebrate 2 more...

How to say the names of fruits in Thai!

How to say the names of fruits in Thai!

Thailand has so many delicious fruits. You will be able to find all types of fruits, and probably many fruits you don't have in your home country. If you want to read about the 11 most popular fruits in Thailand, check out my article. In this article, I will teach you...

How to say To Throw in Thai

How to say To Throw in Thai

Many students ask me "what's the difference between ปา (bpaa) and โยน (yohn)?". Since both words mean to throw. In fact, there are more ways for the word 'to throw' in Thai. All of the ways depict different methods of throwing. In this article, I will explain all the...

How to say to kiss in Thai? 😘

How to say to kiss in Thai? 😘

In this article, you will learn how to say kiss in Thai. You will also learn a different method Thais use to kiss! To kiss in Thai Kiss (noun) and To kiss in Thai is จูบ (jòop). Let's see some examples: I want to kiss youอยากจูบคุณyàak jòop kunWe...

What is อีก in Thai

What is อีก in Thai

อีก (èek) is used very often in the Thai language and often cause confusion because it can mean a few things. Here I will teach you how to use the word อีก like a native by giving you examples. More อีก (èek) is often translated as 'more'. For example: eat...

How to say clean and dirty in Thai

How to say clean and dirty in Thai

In this article, you will learn how to say clean and dirty in Thai Dirty in Thai In Thai, dirty is สกปรก (sòk-gà-bpròk). However, let me teach you some more related words. Stained: เปื้อน bpêuanMessy: เละเทะ lé-téDirty: เลอะเทอะ lúh túhMessy, cluttered: รก rók Let's...

How to talk about smell in Thai 👃

How to talk about smell in Thai 👃

In this article, you will learn important vocabulary to talk all about smell in Thai language. Let's start with some basic words: A smell / scent / odorกลิ่นglìnTo smellดมdomFragrant (good smell)หอมhŏmFoul odor (bad smell)เหม็นmĕn Jasmine Rice in Thai is ข้าวหอมมะลิ...

How to read years in Thai and avoid common mistakes

How to read years in Thai and avoid common mistakes

There are two ways to read the year in Thai. (Both Buddhist and gregorian year are read the same way). I will give you examples and later I will point out common mistakes that English speakers often make. Number by number If you can count 1-9 then you can already say...

List of all the countries in Thai language

List of all the countries in Thai language

In this article, I will teach you how to say every country in the world in the Thai language. I will also teach you the trick to say the languages and how to say where someone is from. Table Of ContentsCountry names in Thai languageAsian CountriesAfrican...

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