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Learning Thai with Jen – Thai Tenses and Conjunctions

Future Tense ja - this is how to specify something is a future tense. It can be translated as 'will'. You place it before the...

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...

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...

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...

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 –...

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...

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”...

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...

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...

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...

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”...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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