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Difference between ยาว and นาน

Difference between ยาว and นาน

A common mistake I see a lot of Thai learners make is not knowing the difference between ยาว and นาน (yaao and naan) and when to use each. ยาว and นาน both mean long but each word is used in different contexts. นาน naan นาน (naan) means long when talking about time....

1 Word to Help You Talk to Yourself in Thai

1 Word to Help You Talk to Yourself in Thai

Have you ever talked to yourself? Like ahh… where is my key? What should I do? etc. In Thai, there’s ​one particular word to make what you say sound like you are talking to yourself. I will help you talk to yourself in Thai with the word: น้อ (nór) Here are some...

4 Words to replace “mak” (“VERY”) in Thai

4 Words to replace “mak” (“VERY”) in Thai

Are you tired of using the word มาก (mâak) which means very in THAI? If the answer is yes then this article will be of great benefit to you. Here we will take a look at 4 words you can use as alternatives to มาก (mâak) (Very in Thai). #1 จังเลย (jang loie) If you live...

3 phrases to show annoyance in Thai

3 phrases to show annoyance in Thai

Learn how to show annoyance in Thai using 3 different phrases. 1. โอ้โห (Oh-ho) Here is the universal ‘oh-wow’ surprise sound.  You use โอ้โห to show you are surprised at how ridiculous a situation is. But beware, you have to use the correct tone. It sounds like when...

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