VIDEO: Money Matters

Useful Vocabulary and Phrases:

  • Money = เงิน /ngern/ (formal term) ตังค์ /dtang/ (informal term)
  • Banknote = แบงค์ /báeng/
  • Small banknote = แบงค์ย่อย /báeng yâwi/
  • To exchange = แลก /lâek/
  • Do you have smaller notes? = คุณมีแบงค์ย่อยมั้ย /kun mii báeng yâwi mái?/
  • I only have 1000 Baht note = ผมมีแค่แบงค์พัน /pŏm mii kâe báeng pan/
  • Can I exchange a big note into smaller notes? = ขอแลกแบงค์ย่อยได้มั้ย /kăw lâek báeng yâwi dâai-mái?/


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18 Responses to VIDEO: Money Matters

  1. SYLVAIN 18/11/2017 at 05:31 #

    why don’t you write phan instead of pan for 1000. you know you pronounce it quite differently!

  2. YKL 23/07/2017 at 00:25 #

    Really practical lesson. Thank you!

    • Mod 27/07/2017 at 11:08 #

      We are glad to hear that you found this lesson useful. 🙂

  3. Andrew Markovics 24/02/2017 at 05:05 #

    sawadii kru Mot(chu len)
    people call you finished phom duu
    but should they call you ant 555
    your videos are a life saver

    • Mod 09/04/2017 at 11:02 #

      Thank you for your kind comment. My name is มด Mod. 🙂

  4. Brian 15/02/2017 at 02:09 #

    Hi Mod, i am a new viewer to your vids but i find them very useful. I dont know if you have already covered this one but when i come to Thailand i always hire a car so it would be useful to me about filling up with petrol, breaking down, flat tyre etc.
    Great videos keep them up.

  5. Ron Manning 13/01/2017 at 15:23 #

    Hi Mod
    I am commenting on the lesson Isan 101 I live in Buriram But am an Australian could I hear audio please they use many words that are very different to Thai and I am often at a loss to know what is being said. I enjoy all your lessons but particularly this subject.

  6. Ian 17/12/2016 at 05:25 #

    I just love your lessons, both of you do this really well.

    Thank you so much, and keep up the good work, I cannot get enough of these lessons.

    Also you are both very lovely to watch and listen to.

    Thank you very much.

  7. Hans J. Unsoeld 23/11/2016 at 14:16 #

    it is all very nice, but my feeling persists that you talk too much English and not enough Thai in your lessons.
    Kind regards

    • Mod 06/12/2016 at 09:31 #

      sawatdii ka Hans. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed the lesson. Thank you for your suggestion. This lesson is made to be short and quick. We have other videos that teach more Thai phrases, hope you will find them useful. 🙂

  8. David 23/11/2016 at 01:48 #

    Good one…new vocabulary and phrases that I’ve realized I’ve needed many many times

    Thanks Ladies. Was nice seeing a new vid…miss seeing you both online 🙂

    • Mod 06/12/2016 at 09:32 #

      Thank you for your kind comments. We are happy to hear that you found this new lesson useful. Also thank you for still following our videos. 🙂

  9. ludo 22/11/2016 at 22:00 #

    Many thanks for new post and video. Happy to see you again ! Beautiful Thai banknotes with the pôrtret of His Majesty King Bhumibol.
    Please accept my condolences.

    • Mod 06/12/2016 at 09:33 #

      Thank you for your condolences.

  10. LumYC 20/11/2016 at 19:11 #

    Thanks for you lesson.

    • Mod 06/12/2016 at 09:40 #

      Thank you for watching and leaving your comment. 🙂

  11. Andrea 18/11/2016 at 21:19 #

    So happy to see you back!! Your lessons are sooo useful and fun to watch too!!

    • Mod 06/12/2016 at 09:40 #

      We are happy to hear that you enjoyed the lessons. Hope you continue to follow our lessons in the future as well. 🙂

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