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20 Connecting words in Thai – Complete List

20 Connecting words in Thai – Complete List

If you want to be good at telling stories in Thai you need to know all the connector/ linking/ transition / conjunction words that Thai people like to use. I will show you a whole bunch of these connecting words in Thai with examples on how to use them. This list of...

How to say uncle in Thai Language

How to say uncle in Thai Language

To say Uncle in Thai you have to specify whether it’s your father’s or mother’s older or younger brother. Uncle from Father's side If it’s your father’s younger brother then uncle is อา (aa). If it’s your father’s older brother then uncle in Thai...

How to say Aunt in Thai Language

How to say Aunt in Thai Language

To say Aunt in Thai you have to specify whether it’s your father's or mother's older or younger sister. Aunt from Father's side If it's your father's younger sister then aunt is อา (aa). If it's your father's older sister then aunt in Thai is ป้า (bpâa). Aunt from...

How to say Brother in Thai language

How to say Brother in Thai language

To say brother in Thai you have to specify whether it’s a younger or older brother. Younger Brother When it’s a younger brother you would say น้องชาย nóng chaai. Older Brother To say older brother in Thai you would say พี่ชาย pêe chaai. Examples Do...

How to say Sister in Thai Language

How to say Sister in Thai Language

To say sister in Thai you have to specify whether it's a younger or older sister. Younger sister When it's a younger sister you would say น้องสาว nóng săao. Older Sister To say older sister in Thai you would say พี่สาว pêe săao Examples: Do you have any...

Learn how to say to move in Thai

Learn how to say to move in Thai

Let's learn 7 words in Thai that can be translated into English as to move. In this article, we will discover which one is used in which situation. Numbers 1,2,3 have exactly the same meaning and can be used interchangeably. They signify small movements such as hand...

How to say grandfather in Thai Language

How to say grandfather in Thai Language

There are 2 ways to say grandfather in Thai. One way is ปู่ bpòo and the other way is ตา dtaa. Let’s learn the difference below. ปู่ bpòo ปู่ is used when referring to your grandfather from your father’s side. ตา dtaa ตา is used when referring to your grandfather from...

How to say grandma in Thai Language

How to say grandma in Thai Language

There are 2 ways to say Grandma in Thai. One way is ย่า yâa and the other way is ยาย yaai. Let's learn the difference below. ย่า yâa ย่า is used when referring to your grandmother from your father's side. ยาย yaai ยาย is used when referring to your grandmother from...

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...

What does Pad Thai mean?

What does Pad Thai mean?

Pad Thai is the most popular Thai dish. It's a delicious dish consisting of noodles, vegetables, meat or tofu, peanuts and flavored with Thai sauces like Tamarind and fish sauce. You might be wondering what pad thai ผัดไทย (pàt tai) means? Pad Thai meaning Pad ผัด...

How to say I don’t understand in Thai

How to say I don’t understand in Thai

"I don't understand" is a phrase every language learner will say at some point. So, let's learn how to say I don't understand, I do understand, and how to ask if someone understands in Thai. I don't understand in Thai ไม่เข้าใจ (mâi kâo jai) Don't understand in Thai...

How to say the days of the week in Thai

How to say the days of the week in Thai

Let's learn how to say the days of the week in Thai to add to your list of vocabulary. Also, learn cool facts about how you can shorten them and put them into sentences. Mondayวันจันทร์wan janTuesdayวันอังคารwan ang-kaanWednesdayวันพุธwan pútThursdayวันพฤหัสบดีwan...

Thai numbers – Complete explanation

Thai numbers – Complete explanation

Most of the time in Thailand you will see the numbers you are used to. Restaurants, stores, etc, typically use regular numbers. So you can technically get away with not knowing the different symbols to read the numbers in Thai. However, you might have noticed that...

Months in Thai – Everything you should know

Months in Thai – Everything you should know

The 12 Months in Thai EnglishThaiTransliterationAbbreviationJanuaryมกราคมmók-gà-raa komม.ค.Februaryกุมภาพันธ์gum-paa panก.พ.Marchมีนาคมmee-naa komมี.ค.Aprilเมษายนmay-săa-yonเม.ย.June มิถุนายนmí-tù-naa-yonมิ.ย.Julyกรกฎาคมgà-rá-gà-daa-komก.ค.Mayพฤษภาคมpréut-sà-paa...

Difference between เล็ก, สั้น, and เตี้ย

Difference between เล็ก, สั้น, and เตี้ย

เล็ก , สั้น, and เตี้ย (lék, sân, and dtîa) are all usually defined as small or short. However, these 3 words are used in different situations. เล็ก เล็ก (lék) is used when describing something small. For example The car is small: รถคันเล็ก (rót kan-lék) The bug is...

Solar System in Thai (vocabulary)

Solar System in Thai (vocabulary)

Here is the complete list of vocabulary about the the solar system in Thai (universe, space, planets) you should know. Planet Planet = ดาวเคราะห์ daao krórAsteroid = ดาวเคราะห์น้อย daao krór nóiSun = ดวงอาทิตย์ duang aa-títMoon = ดวงจันทร์ duang...

What you should know about December in Thai

What you should know about December in Thai

December in Thai is ธันวาคม pronounced tan-waa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of ธันวาคม is ธ.ค. The beginning...

What you should know about October in Thai

What you should know about October in Thai

October in Thai is ตุลาคม pronounced dtù-laa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of ตุลาคม is ต.ค. The beginning of ตุลาคม is ตุล (dtun) coming from the Libra Zodiac sign. The reason for this is...

What you should know about September in Thai

What you should know about September in Thai

September in Thai is กันยายน pronounced gan-yaa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon). The abbreviated version of กันยายน is ก.ย. The beginning...

What you should know about July in Thai

What you should know about July in Thai

July in Thai is กรกฎาคม pronounced gà-rá-gà-daa-kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of กรกฎาคม is ก.ค. The beginning...

What you should know about August in Thai

What you should know about August in Thai

August in Thai is สิงหาคม pronounced sĭng-hăa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of สิงหาคม is ส.ค. The beginning...

What you should know about June in Thai

What you should know about June in Thai

June in Thai is มิถุนายน pronounced mí-tù-naa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon). The abbreviated version of มิถุนายน is มิ.ย. The beginning...

What you should know about November in Thai

What you should know about November in Thai

November in Thai is พฤศจิกายน pronounced préut-sà-jì-gaa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon). The abbreviated version of พฤศจิกายน is พ.ย. The beginning of พฤศจิกายน is พฤศจิก (préut-sà-jìk) meaning scorpion coming from...

What you should know about May in Thai

What you should know about May in Thai

May in Thai is พฤษภาคม pronounced préut-sà-paa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of พฤษภาคม is พ.ค. The beginning of พฤษภาคม is พฤษภ (préut)...

What you should know about April in Thai

What you should know about April in Thai

April in Thai is เมษายน pronounced may-săa-yon. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 30 days, it ends with ยน (yon.). The abbreviated version of เมษายน is เม.ย. The beginning of เมษายน is เมษ (mâyt) coming from the Aries zodiac...

What you should know about March in Thai

What you should know about March in Thai

March in Thai is มีนาคม pronounced mee-naa kom. Like all months (เดือน deuan) in Thai that have 31 days, it ends with คม (kom). The abbreviated version of มีนาคม is มี.ค. The beginning of มีนาคม is มีน (meen) coming...

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