Home » Learning Thai with Jen You are browsing entries filed in “Learning Thai with Jen”

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 »

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 »

Learning Thai with Jen – 25 Useful Thai Phrases For Beginners

– 25 Useful Thai Phrases For Beginners – Here are usefull words and phrases for “Thai for beginners” that will help travelers and people just starting to learn Thai. (Always Remember males say Khrup after a sentance while females say Ka) 1. Hello – Sawadee khrup/ka 2. How are you? – Sa bai dee mai khrup/ka 3. […]

March 20th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Learning Thai with Jen – Tips to Practice Your Thai

– If for what ever reason you’d rather not use an app to learn Thai language then follow these steps below to help you on your way to tackling Thai. Learn the Thai alphabet – as previously mentioned the Thai alphabet consists of 44 consonants and 30 vowels which at first can be quite overwhelming. […]

March 10th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Jen’s English Tip – Using Will or Would in a Sentence

  USING WILL OR WOULD IN A SENTENCE WILL and WOULD are both modal verbs, although there is a big difference between the uses of these two words. It is important to understand when you can use them, and how to use these words correctly. WILL is a definite statement, and is used to talk […]

September 19th, 2016 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Photo of White Beach in Boracay, Philippines

In Loving Memory of His Majesty the King

Photo of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Learning Thai with Jen