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Meaning of มั้ง and how to use it

Meaning of มั้ง and how to use it

You probably know that maybe in Thai is อาจจะ (àat jà). But did you know มั้ง máng is another colloquial way of saying "maybe"? It adds a degree of uncertainty. มั้ง máng means maybe, not sure, perhaps. It's a very Thai way of saying maybe. The formula is to put มั้ง...

What does สู้ๆ mean?

What does สู้ๆ mean?

I bet you have seen or heard Thai people saying สู้ๆ (sôo sôo) in many situations. But do you actually know what สู้ๆ means and when are appropriate situations to use it? The meaning of สู้ๆ สู้ๆ literally translates to "fighting fighting" however the real uses of...

Don’t travel to Thailand without knowing these 10 verbs

Don’t travel to Thailand without knowing these 10 verbs

Are you planning to visit Thailand? Here are 10 very useful and common Thai verbs related to traveling that you should know before coming. 1. To go = ไป bpai How are you going to Chiang Mai?คุณจะไปเชียงใหม่ยังไงkun jà bpai chiang-mài yang...

How to talk about the weather in Thai

How to talk about the weather in Thai

Talking about the weather is a good starting point for any conversation. In this article, I will tell you all the vocabulary you need to know to be able to talk about the weather in Thai. Vocabulary about weather in Thai Weather, air: อากาศ aa-gàatGood weather:...

Learn how to say the Organs in Thai Language

Learn how to say the Organs in Thai Language

In this article, I will teach you the vocabulary for the organs in Thai. Organs in Thai Brain : สมอง sà-mŏngSkull : กะโหลก gà-lòhkThyroid : ไทรอยด์ tai-roiRibs : ซี่โครง sêe krohngLiver : ตับ dtàpKidney : ไต taiHeart : หัวใจ hŭa jaiLungs : ปอด bpòtTendons : เส้นเอ็น...

Private Parts in Thai (How to say penis and vagina)

Private Parts in Thai (How to say penis and vagina)

Talking about sexual organs / private parts in Thai is often a taboo topic. For the sake of education, I will teach you. Male Private Part Let's start off with the word penis. In Thai there are few ways to say it. จู๋ jŏo This is the most common way to say penis. Most...

Learn how to say the Body parts in Thai Language

Learn how to say the Body parts in Thai Language

In this article, I will teach you the vocabulary for the Body parts in Thai. Head Head: หัว hŭaFace: หน้า nâaHair on head: ผม pŏmEyes: ตา taaEyeballs: ลูกตา lôok dtaaEars: หู hŏoForehead: หน้าผาก nâa pàakNose: จมูก jà-mòokCheeks: แก้ม gâemBeard: เครา kraoMustache:...

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...

Showing possession in Thai | Uses of ของ

Showing possession in Thai | Uses of ของ

If you are confused about the usage of ของ (kŏng) in Thai, this article is for you. In this article, I will explain the meaning of ของ (kŏng) and its uses. Let's jump right in. ของ meaning Thing As a noun, ของ (kŏng) means things, goods, and objects. Examples: Can I...

How to talk to Monks in Thai | Monk Specific vocabulary

How to talk to Monks in Thai | Monk Specific vocabulary

Thailand is a Buddhist country and Buddhism is ingrained in our culture in many ways. Festivals, holidays, architecture, books, and even in the language. Thai people use different words when talking about monks. In Thai, monks are พระสงค์ (prá sŏng). For short,...

Learn many words with คำ in Thai

Learn many words with คำ in Thai

คำ (kam) by itself means word. คำ is also used as a component in many words related to things that can be spoken or written. You will see many examples of words with คำ below. Words with คำ (kam) Questionคำถามkam tăamAn Answerคำตอบkam dtòpA recommendationคำแนะนำkam...

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