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  • Read Thai Lesson 1
    January 28, 2018 / No Comments / Learn Thai,Read Thai

    Read Thai Lesson 1 1.Thai consonants Thai language has 44 consonants, 28 vowels and 4 tone marks.                                  2.Thai vowels                               3.Tone marks Lone tone, falling tone,
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  • Common Thai Grammar Mistakes 1
    January 26, 2018 / No Comments / Read Thai,Thai Grammar

    Common Thai Grammar Mistakes 1 It’s sometimes easy to make a mistake with Thai grammar, remembering the correct positioning of verb, noun and adjective! For example, when we want to say ‘no traffic’ in Thai, we don’t say “mâi rót tìt” because after the “mâi”,we put the verb or adjective. We don’t put the noun
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 12
    April 30, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Speak Thai

    Classifier – tua tua is the classifier for animals. A classifier is a word that you put after the number of things, basically it’s a unit of measurement. In English you say”5 cats”,in Thai you can’t say “mԑ:w(cat) 5”.You would say“mԑ:w(cat) 5 tua”.All nouns have have classifiers. We use classifiers when talk about the quantity of something. For example: 1.mi: phԑ́ sǎ:m tua yù: nân. มีแพะสามตัวอยู่นั่น There are 3 goats over there. 2.Phî: hěn mԑ:w sᴐ̌:ŋ tua yù: nai bâ:n. พี่เห็นแมวสองตัวอยู่ในบ้าน I
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 11
    April 29, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Speak Thai

    To teach – sᴐ̌:n สอน   Phǒm sᴐ̌:n  pha:-sǎ: Thai káo. ผมสอนภาษาไทยเค้า I teach him Thai. Phǒm sᴐ̌:n káo phû:t pha:-sǎ: Thai. ผมสอนเค้าพูดภาษาไทย I teach him to speak Thai.   Someone+sᴐ̌:n+subject+someone. Someone+sᴐ̌:n+someone+verb+object. For example 1.Phî: sᴐ̌:n ka-nít lû:k-sǎ:w. พี่สอนคณิตลูกสาว I teach my daughter mathematics.   Phî: sᴐ̌:n lû:k-sǎ:w kít lê:k. พี่สอนลูกสาวคิดเลข I teach my daughter to calculate. 2.Mԑ̂: sᴐ̌:n pha:-sǎ: ji:n phᴐ̂:. แม่สอนภาษาจีนพ่อ The mother teaches the father Chinese.   Mԑ̂: sᴐ̌:n phᴐ̂: kǐan  pha:-sǎ: ji:n. แม่สอนพ่อเขียนภาษาจีน The mother teaches the father to write Chinese. 3.Phî: sᴐ̌:n  pha:-sǎ:
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 10
    April 29, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Learn Thai,Write Thai

    To finish – sèt Part 1 To finish work tham-ŋa:n sèt = To finish to do your work or clock off ทำงานเสร็จ lerk ngaan = clock off      เลิกงาน Part 2 gin kâ:w sèt = To finish to eat(When you use the word”sèt” Maybe there is some food left after finish eating or you ate them all.Can be both) กินข้าวเสร็จ
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 9
    April 28, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Read Thai,Speak Thai

    To Sleep – “làp” หลับ “nᴐ:n” นอน means to lie down “làp” หลับ means to sleep You can say “nᴐ:n” or “làp” when you want to say to sleep or you can say both word together“nᴐ:n-làp”.You cannot say “làp” if you just lie down. Here are examples: 1.1lû:k-sǎ:w nᴐ:n bon tiaŋ. ลูกสาวนอนบนเตียง The daughter lay on her bed.(daughter slept on her bed.) 1.2lû:k-sǎ:w làp bon tiaŋ. ลูกสาวหลับบนเตียง The daughter slept on her bed. 1.3lû:k-sǎ:w nᴐ:n- làp bon tiaŋ. ลูกสาวนอนหลับบนเตียง The daughter slept on her bed. 2.1phᴐ̂: nᴐ:n bon so:-fa:
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 8
    April 27, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Learn Thai

    If thâ: ถ้า(speaking) thâ:-gǝ̀:t ถ้าเกิด(speaking) hà:k หาก(writting formal) For example 1.A:thâ: wan-ní: maî rɔ́:n,jà pai wâ:i-nám. ถ้าวันนี้ไม่ร้อน จะไปว่ายน้ำ If today is not hot,I will go to swim. B:pai dûay. ไปด้วย I want to join you. 2.A:thâ:-gǝ̀:t wan-ní: maî rɔ́:n,jà pai wâ:i-nám. ถ้าเกิดวันนี้ไม่ร้อน จะไปว่ายน้ำ If today is not hot,I will go to swim. B:38 oŋ-sǎ: 38
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 7
    April 26, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Read Thai,Speak Thai

    Don’t (do not) hâ:m ห้าม(formal writting) yà: อย่า(speaking) For example 1.hâ:m sù:p bu-rì: bᴐ:-ri-we:n ní: ห้ามสูบบุหรี่บริเวณนี้ No smoking area. 2.yà: lᵾ:m pìt fai ná. อย่าลืมปิดไฟนะ Don’t forget to turn off the light. kam-sàp sù:p สูบ To smoke bu-rì: บุหรี่ Cigarettes bᴐ:-ri-we:n บริเวณ Area ní: นี้ This lᵾ:m ลืม To forget pìt ปิด To turn off
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 6
    April 24, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Learn Thai,Read Thai,Speak Thai

    To Carry There are many ways to say “to carry” in Thai like”thᵾ̌:”,”hîw”,”bԑ̀:k”,”sa-pha:i” and “ûm” ”thᵾ̌:” and ”hîw” are the same,you use your hand to carry. ”bԑ̀:k” is to use your shoulder to carry. ”sa-pha:i” is to use your back to carry. “ûm” is to carry a person or animal. Here are  example sentences of “ûm” 1.mԑ̂: gam-laŋ ûm lû:k-cha:y. แม่กำลังอุ้มลูกชาย The mother is carrying her son. 2.mԑ̂: gam-laŋ jà ûm lû:k-cha:y. แม่กำลังจะอุ้มลูกชาย The mother is going to carry her
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 4
    April 23, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Learn Thai

    Classifier – bai A classifier is like a unit of measurement that is put after a number.In English you say” 2 hats”,in Thai we wouldn’t say “muàk 2”. We would say“muàk 2 bai”.Each noun has a different classifier. We use classifiers when we mention the amount of something. bai is a classifier of caps or hats. For example: 1.mi: muàk sǎ:m  bai  yù:  bon tó. มีหมวกสามใบอยู่บนโต๊ะ There are 3 hats on the table.
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 5
    April 22, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Read Thai,Speak Thai

    Alone – kon-diaw คนเดียว e:ŋ เอง by oneself  kon-diaw คนเดียว alone For example 1.Phî: glàp bâ:n e:ŋ. พี่กลับบ้านเอง I went home by myself.(no body took him home.) Phî: glàp bâ:n kon-diaw. พี่กลับบ้านคนเดียว I went home alone.(There was no one went home with him or the same way.The friends are probably still at somewhere which you were.)
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 3
    March 15, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Speak Thai

    Tenses Will jà จะ Going to   gamlaŋ jà กำลังจะ Verb+ing   gamlaŋ+verb กำลัง 1.Phǒm jà kᵾ̂n rót-fai-fá: ผมจะขึ้นรถไฟฟ้า (I will take the sky train) 2.Phǒm gamlaŋ jà kᵾ̂n rót-fai-fá: ผมกำลังจะขึ้นรถไฟฟ้า (I’m going to take the sky train.) 3.Phǒm gamlang tham-ŋa:n. ผมกำลังทำงาน (I’m working.) 11. For “hâi” For example 1. Sôm cooked for her kids. Sôm tham
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 2
    March 15, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Learn Thai,Read Thai,Speak Thai

    In this lesson we will start with how to make a phone call  in Thai. 1.Making a phone call Bryce:sa-wàd-di: kráp,kͻ̌: sǎ:y Otani kráp. สวัสดีครับ ขอสายโอตานิครับ Hi,may I speak with Otani please? Otani:phû:t yù: kráp. พูดอยู่ครับ Otani is speaking. 1.kͻ̌: sǎ:y…….kráp.(Male speaking) ขอสาย………..ครับ 2.kͻ̌: sǎ:y…….kà.(Female speaking) ขอสาย………..ค่ะ May I speak with…….please. 3……….phû:t yù: …………พูดอยู่ ………is
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  • Speak Thai Lesson 1
    March 10, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons,Speak Thai

    Speak Thai Lesson 1 You need to put a word after number when you tell amount of something Example 2 shirts =sᵾ̂a 2 tua. shirt 2 The word “tua” doesn’t mean anything but you need to put after the 2 to make this phrase complete. Here are words which you need to put after number.
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    March 7, 2016 / No Comments / Thai Lessons

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  • General Conversation and Grammar
    March 4, 2016 / No Comments / Free Online Lessons

    General Conversations A: pai nǎi? (Where are you going?) B: pai tham-ŋa:n kà.(I’m going to work.) A: kɔ̌:-thô:t ńa kráp. (Sorry) B: mâi-pen-rai kà. (No problem ) At a coffee shop A: ao ga:-fԑ: rɔ́:n kráp. (I would like a cup of hot coffee please) B: nî: kà. (Here you go) A: ao cha: rɔ́:n
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