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Learning Thai With Jen – Useful Thai Phrases at the GYM

– The gym is the perfect place to make friends. Before even uttering a word, you’ve already identified a common interest – keeping fit. And when you do strike up a conversation, there’s plenty to talk about when it comes to weight loss, muscle gain, diet and reps and sets. But breaking the ice can […]

June 26th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Learning Thai with Jen – Days of The Week & Months of The Year in Thai

– If there’s one aspect of the Thai language you should learn, it’s days of the week. Why? Because knowing these 7 words is incredibly useful in everyday conversation. Days of the week come up in all aspects of basic conversation, think; “What did you do on Saturday night”, “Let’s go out to eat on […]

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

Learning Thai with Jen – 50 Thai Language Phrases For The Workplace

– Even if the Thai people at your place of work speak good English, no doubt they communicate with each other in Thai a fair amount of the time. It’s never nice being left out of the conversation and not understanding what’s being said around you, but then it’s on you as the foreigner to […]

June 12th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Learning Thai With Jen – How to Refer to Yourself and Others

– How to refer to yourself and others You – Khun – คุณ Me/I – Chun (female) – ฉัน / Phom (male) ผม Him/he – Khao phu chai – เขาผู้ชาย Her/she – Khao phu ying เขาผู้หญิง We/us – Rao – เรา They – Phuak khao – พวกเขา Man – Phu chai ผู้ชาย Woman – Phu […]

June 7th, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

Learning Thai with Jen – 100 Useful Thai Words

– 1. come – มา (maa) 2. get – ได้รับ (dai-rub) 3. give – ให้ (hai) 4. go – ไป (pai) 5. keep – เก็บ (geb) 6. let – ปล่อยให้ (ploi- hai) 7. make – ทำให้ (thum-hai) 8. put – วาง (waang) 9. seem – ดูเหมือน (doo-hmoun) 10. take – ใช้เวลา (chai-ve-la) –This means to […]

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

Learning Thai with Jen – 15 Thai Love Phrases

– Can I have your telephone number? – Cor ber tho-ra-sap kong khun dai mai khrup/ka? (“Cor” goes down in tone. The “ra” in “tho-ra-sap” goes up in tone and the “sap” goes down in tone. “Dai” goes up in tone and “mai” goes down in tone). Can I call you? – Phom thor haa […]

May 2nd, 2017 | Posted in Learning Thai with Jen | Read More »

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 »

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In Loving Memory of His Majesty the King

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