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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 »

Jen’s English Tip – Use of the Word Need

. Need is used both as an auxiliary and an ordinary verb. As an ordinary verb, need is used in the sense of require. I need help. We need more people to finish the work. I need some more time to decide the question. The auxiliary need is commonly used with not. It is followed […]

September 12th, 2016 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Jen’s English Tip – English Prepositions

Useful tips to learn English prepositions Even advanced English learners find prepositions difficult! One preposition in your own language might have a different translation in English depending on the context. For example, if you look up the word on in the dictionary you will be bombarded with many different definitions and uses, over 50 in […]

September 5th, 2016 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Learning Thai with Jen – Thai is Not Always Easy, But Learning it Should be Fun

  JEN HAS DESIGNED HER ONE-ON-ONE LESSONS TO GIVE YOU SHORT AND EASY EXPLANATIONS TOGETHER WITH PRACTICE FACT: Most foreigners living in Thailandcannot speak Thaieven though they know that the English skills of most Thais are worse than those of kindergarten graduates in western countries. There are many excuses for not learning Thai: The tones […]

August 25th, 2016 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

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