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Word order in Thai

Word order in Thai

Learning word order in Thai is not so difficult. The main word order is equivalent to English. However, it starts to differ once you start adding in adverbs, or adjectives. But don't worry, by the end of the article, you will understand. Basic word order in Thai The...

Learn many words with น้ำ in Thai

Learn many words with น้ำ in Thai

น้ำ (náam) by itself means water. However, in Thai, น้ำ is used as a component in many different words. For many of them, if you know both components, you can guess the word. You'll see many examples below! Words with น้ำ náam Kindnessน้ำใจ (water, heart)náam jai...

9 different ways to say carry in Thai

9 different ways to say carry in Thai

There are several ways to say carry in Thai. The word you use depends on the action, the amount, or the weight of the object(s). ถือ tĕu ถือ means to hold. It's usually used with small objects like a cellphone or a handbag. In fact, the word phone in Thai is มือถือ...

Different uses of คุณ you might not know

Different uses of คุณ you might not know

One of the first words you probably learned when you started learning Thai is คุณ (kun). But did you know it has a few other meanings? คุณ (kun) is also a way to add a polite / formal title to someone. You can use it like you would use Mr, Ms, Miss, and Mrs in...

Talking about your feelings in Thai

Talking about your feelings in Thai

In this article I will teach you everything you need to know to talk about your feelings in Thai. I will also give you loads of example sentences. Let's start with the most basic words. Feeling: ความรู้สึก kwaam róo sèuk Mood: อารมณ์ aa-romTo feel: รู้สึก róo sèuk...

Learn the meanings of ขี้

Learn the meanings of ขี้

ขี้ (kêe) has 2 meanings. The first meaning is poop 💩. I will explain the second meaning more in-depth. The second meaning of ขี้ (kêe) can't be translated directly to English. ขี้ is a prefix for adjectives that is used when negatively describing someone's...

The cutest way to say I miss you in Thai

The cutest way to say I miss you in Thai

There are a few ways to say I miss you in Thai. Let me list down 3 ways from most formal, cutest, to friendliest. Later, I will give you expressions so you can finally use them with someone you love. To say "miss you" by itself is คิดถึง (kít tĕung). Most formal: I...

What does เธอ really mean

What does เธอ really mean

If you look up เธอ (ter) in the dictionary, you will most likely see that it means "she". เธอ (ter) does mean she, but it also means "you". Let me explain to you what you should know and the 2 meanings of เธอ. 1. She One of the meanings of เธอ (ter) is "she". However,...

Different ways to say happy in Thai

Different ways to say happy in Thai

There are a couple of different ways to express that you are happy in Thai. Let’s learn what they are and any differences between them. Happy มีความสุข mee kwaam sùk มีความสุข (mee kwaam sùk) is the direct equivalent of "to be happy" in Thai. มี (mee) by itself means...

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