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VIDEO: Talk Like a Thai EP.3

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The full pattern for describing an action that is happening as you speak is:

 กำลัง gam-lang + do something + อยู่ yùu

Please read more explanation and examples in my post here .

It is the exception for the phrase “I am on my way”, it is a fixed phrase “กำลังไป /gam-lang bpai/”, we don’t say กำลังไปอยู่ gam-lang bpai yùu

VIDEO: Talk Like a Thai EP.1 & 2

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Vocabulary from the lessons

ฤดูใบไม้ผลิ /rúe-duu bai-máai plì/ = spring

ฤดู /rúe-duu/ = season

ใบไม้  /bai-máai/ = leaf

ผลิ /plì/ = blossom, sprout

ลมแรง /lom raeng/ = windy

Other seasons:

ฤดูร้อน /rúe-duu ráwn/ = hot season, summer , ร้อน /ráwn/ = hot

ฤดูหนาว /rúe-duu năao/ = cold season, winter, หนาว /năao/ = cold

ฤดูฝน /rúe-duu fŏn/ = rainy season, ฝน /fŏn/ = rain

ฤดูใบไม้ร่วง /rúe-duu  bai-máai rûang/ = fall  , ร่วง /rûang/ = something light falls from a higher place.


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 Teacher Pear is taking you to a seafood restuarant in Hua Hin. She shows you different types of seafood. Dialogue Waiter: จะรับอะไรดีครับ /jà ráp à-rai dii kráp/ What would like to order? Pear: อยากกินอาหารทะเลค่ะ /yàak gin aa-hăan tá-lay kâ/ I would like to have seafood. มีอะไรแนะนำคะ /mii à-rai náe-nam ká?/ What do you recommend? […]

Thai Proverbs 2018

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“ยกพริกมาทั้งสวน / yók prík maa táng sŭan/ “ Let’s look at the meaning of each word in this phrase: “พริก /prík/” means chilli. It is hot and spicy, so the word พริก /prík/ is used to describe someone who appears hot or sexy. ยก /yók/ means to lift something up high ยก /yók/ + something + […]

Krabi Getaway

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I grew up in the south and maybe that is the reason why I can’t be away from the sea for so long. I often go to Koh Samed and Hua Hin for a long weekend because it is close to Bangkok, but my favourite beach destination is Southern Thailand. There are many islands with […]

VIDEO: How to Pronounce “Songkran” Correctly

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Thailand’s New Banknotes with King Rama X

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Learn Most Thai Popular Words

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At the moment no Thai is not talking about “บุพเพสันนิวาส Buppesannivas”. It is the most popular Thai drama series of all time! This TV series is based on the history that took place in year 1682 which was in the era of the King Narai of Ayutthaya Kingdom (year 1656 to 1688). Thai language that is […]

VIDEO: 5 Useful Phrases for Talking to a Native Thai

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We have learned so many Thai lessons and you want to use it in real life with a native. However sometimes some Thai people speak too fast and you don’t quite sure what they are saying. Let’s practice these few phrases so you can continue your conversation with them smoothly.   I am sorry, I […]

VIDEO: Useful Phrases “I Can’t Wait!”

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VIDEO: Isan Dialect (Lesson 2)

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King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Birthday Anniversary

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Until 13 October 2016, 5 December had long been celebrated as the King Bhumibol Adulyadej ’s Birthday, as well as being marked as Father’s Day in Thailand. As of 2017, though, the King’s Birthday public holiday has moved to 28 July, the birthday of new King Vajiralongkorn, or King Rama X. Nevertheless, 05 December remains […]

VIDEO: Pronunciation Focus!!

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  ถุง /tŭng/ means “bag”. It is a simple word but it is one of the commonly confused word as this word is used for bags that are used for shopping like plastic bag, paper bag, fabric bag or cloth bag. Many students misunderstand this word for bags like purse, suitcase or luggage which are […]

Ancient Thai Desserts You Should Try

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  I helped my mom making these ancient Thai desserts. The colorful one on the right is called “ขนมสัมปันนี Khanom Sam Pan Nee” which is made of tapioca flour, coconut cream and sugar. The golden dessert is called “ขนมทองเอก Khanom Thong Ake”. It is made of wheat flour, egg yolks and sugar. One special thing about these […]

The Royal Crematorium

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On October 13, 2016, a great sadness enveloped the people of Thailand, following the death of the late monarch, His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej Boromnathbobitra (Rama IX) Even though it has been almost a year, the sadness never ceases. The royal funeral is scheduled for October 25-29, 2017, with the roal cremation itself […]

5 Best Words to Compliment a Woman

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How to Compliment a Woman in Thai Beautiful is the classic way to describe a feminine beauty. I am sure most of you already knew the word “/สวย sŭai/” which means ‘beautiful’. There are interesting and useful phrases that you could use when you want to give a woman a nice compliment that she is beautiful. […]

VIDEO: Long Time No See

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  In this lesson we teach the useful phrase “long time no see” in Thai and a couple more common phrases Thai people often use to talk about after haven’t seen each other for a while. “ไม่ได้เจอกันนาน /mâi-dâai jer gan naan/” is the phrase used for long time no see. ไม่ได้ /mâi-dâai/ + do something = did […]

VIDEO: Commonly Confused Words EP.3

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The two useful phrases we clarify the confusion in the video are as followings; ขอโทษ /kăw-tôot/ is used when you want to apologise to someone or used for the phrase ‘excuse me’ when you want to ask someone to make way for you. เสียใจ /sǐa-jai/ means ‘sad, sorry, regret‘. We say “เสียใจด้วยนะ  sǐa-jai dûai ná” […]

VIDEO: Commonly Confused Words EP.2

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This episode we will talk about the word “tired”. In Thai we have TWO different words and we found that most students are often confused when to use each word. So let’s have a look! We have TWO words which are “1. เหนื่อย /nùeai/” and “2. ง่วงนอน/ngûang-nawn/” both can be translated as ‘tired’ in English […]

VIDEO: Commonly Confused Words (EP.1) – When

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This lesson we will talk about Thai words that are used for ‘when’. We have three different words for ‘when’. It sounds like why we need to complicate things, right? Don’t worry it is simpler than you think. Just watch this video to the end and you will understand it clearly.   เมื่อไหร่ /mûea-rài/ is […]


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