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Why learning Thai while in Thailand is a great idea.

2020-05-21T15:54:20+07:00

1. Learning the language allows you to learn more about culture and customs.2. In business speaking some Thai opens up many more opportunities than if you don’t.3. Speaking Thai is a great way to interact and meet new people4. Try a ride in a Taxi where the driver does not speak any English ………. You will then want to learn Thai5. If you cannot negotiate in spoken Thai, a visit to open markets will almost mean you pay more than you should6. Without knowing Thai, discussions with Maids, Drivers and outside contractors and services is a frustration7. Thai people will respect [...]

Why learning Thai while in Thailand is a great idea.2020-05-21T15:54:20+07:00

10 Words for Directions in Thai Language 10 คำไทยเกี่ยวกับทิศทาง

2020-05-19T12:09:37+07:00

Thai language Introducing 10 words for giving directions. Direction ทิศทาง Thítthaang go straight ตรงไป trong pai turn left เลี้ยวซ้าย líaw sáai turn right เลี้ยวขวา líaw khwăa keep on the left ชิดซ้าย chít sáai keep on the right ชิดขวา chít khwăa U-turn กลับรถ glàp rót intersection ๔ แยก 4 yâek T/Y junction ๓ แยก 3 yâek traffic light ไฟแดง faidaeng stop here หยุดที่นี่ yùt thîinîi

10 Words for Directions in Thai Language 10 คำไทยเกี่ยวกับทิศทาง2020-05-19T12:09:37+07:00

Understanding the difference between “Where are you going to?” “Where have you been?”

2020-05-19T11:37:00+07:00

Explaining the difference between "Where are you going to?" and "Where have you been?" and introduce the verb "ja(จะ)" = will/be going to and the verb "maa(มา)" which shows the past tense.

Understanding the difference between “Where are you going to?” “Where have you been?”2020-05-19T11:37:00+07:00
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