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Learning Thai with Jen – Asking for the Bill

– When asking for the Bill – When you are at a restaurant (tîi ráan-aa-hǎan), what would you say after finishing eating and drinking? You may say “Bill please” or “Check please” in English. However, it is interesting to know how to say it in Thai, isn’t it? You can say either “chék bin dûai […]

April 24th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Learning Thai with Jen – 25 Essential Thai Phrases For Beginners

– 25 Essential Thai Phrases For Beginners: – Hello – Sawadee khrup/ka How are you? – Sa bai dee mai khrup/ka Fine, thank you – Sa bai dee khrup/ka Thank you – khop khun khrup/ka Yes – Chai khrup/ka No – Mai khrup/ka Maybe – Aa ja khrup/ka Never mind/it’s okay/no problem – Mai ben […]

April 17th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Learning Thai with Jen – At the Immigration Office

– At the Immigration Office – THÊE SǍM-NÁK-NGAN TRÙAT KON-KÁO-MEUANG Hello, can I have your passport please? SÀ-WÀT-DEE KRÁP/KÀ, KǍW PHÁT-SÀ-PÀWD DÛAI KRÁP/KÀ Here is my passport. NÊE PHÁT-SÀ-PÀWD KǍWNG PHǑM/CHǍN KRÁP/KÀ How do I apply for a tourist visa? KǍW WEE-ZÂA THÔNG-THÎAO THAM YÀNG-RAI KRÁP/KÁ Please fill out this form. CHÛAI GRÀWK BÀEP-FAWM NÉE […]

April 11th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Songkran: Fun, Drinking, and the Thai Police

  – CHIANG RAI – Songkran is a Thai religious festival where people sprinkled water on their family members and pay respects to their elders marking the beginning of the Buddhist New Year. Now it is more known as a weeklong holiday and a three-day water fight and party. Large numbers of tourist come to […]

April 6th, 2017 | Posted in Thai Legal | Read More »

Learning Thai with Jen – Useful Directions To Know In Thai

– Useful Directions To Know In Thai: Notes:  Male speakers use Phom (“I”), and female speakers use “chun” or more formally “deechun”.  Male speakers use “khrup” at the end of a sentence, and female speakers use “ka”. I want to go to Siam Paragon – Phom/chun dong gaanpai Siam Paragon Khrup/ka/ How do I get […]

April 3rd, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Thailand’s Grade 9 Students Failed all Five Subjects on National Test

– BANGKOK – The results of the nationwide O-Net tests for students in the 9th grade, or Mathayom 3, for the 2016 shows students failed all five subjects on average, according to the National Institute of Educational Testing Service. While, students in the 6th grade, or Prathom 6, failed four out of the five subjects […]

March 26th, 2017 | Posted in Learning,Regional News | Read More »

Thailand’s Mathayom 6 (Grade 12) Students Fail Four out Five Subjects in National Test

– BANGKOK – The results of nationwide Ordinary National Educational Test (O-Net tests) were released Monday for Mathayom 6 (Grade 12) students which showed students failed four out of five subjects on average. Thailand’s National Institute of Educational Testing Service (Niets) said overall, average scores for over 380,000 Mathayom 6 students tested nationwide this year […]

March 21st, 2017 | Posted in Learning,Regional News | Read More »

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