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How do you express ‘F*** it!’ in Thai

How do you express ‘F*** it!’ in Thai

When you have a strong feeling you just want to say "I don't care anymore", "let it go!", or "F*** it". How would you say it in Thai? Here we will learn 3 different intensity in expressing just that. #1 ช่าง! (châang) This is a one-word expression which means 'let it...

10 words that will make you sound very Thai

10 words that will make you sound very Thai

In every language, there are always some words that make you sound more like a native. It is mostly these things that are not written in Thai books, that you have to find out on the street. Here we are about to find out 10 words that will make you sound very Thai. #1...

Differences between ทำ and ทำให้ (tam and tamhai)

Differences between ทำ and ทำให้ (tam and tamhai)

Let's discover some differences between the word ทำ and ทำให้ (tam and tamhai) ทำ (tam) to do we use 'tam' to simply mean to do. Though it can be combined with other words to create another verb such as ทำ + อาหาร (do + food) = to cook or ทำ + งาน (do + work) = to...

Different Uses of ให้ (hai)

Different Uses of ให้ (hai)

According to the Thai dictionary, the word ให้ (hâi) means to give. True, but is that it? Of course not. Let's take a closer look at this word that in many of its uses, cannot be translated literally to English. Here are some different uses of ให้ (hâi). ให้ = to give...

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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