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VIDEO: A Collection of Fun Thai Slang

To speak like a Thai, knowing some fun Thai slang not only makes you enjoy the conversation but  it might also impress local people you are talking to as well. Here is a collection of fun Thai slang videos I created. Hope you learn something new and find it enjoyable. (You can click the name of […]

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VIDEO: Thai Slang in Dictionary of New Words

The committee of the royal institute are compiling new words, slang and expression currently in use, ostensibly for the benefit of later generations, who may be confused by the wacky slang of today’s popular media (like my mom lol).There will be more than 1,000 words published in the Dictionary of New Words edition 4 ( พจนานุกรมคำใหม่เล่ม 4)     […]

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VIDEO: How To Go There?

  Question Word “How” in Thai: As I mentioned at the beginning, there are three different words for the question “how?” in Thai language. It denpends on what you are asking for. [1] ยังไง yang ngai It is used to ask for ‘how to do something’ or aksing for means or method. The pattern for this […]

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VIDEO: Fun Thai Slang – Giving Compliments and More

Sawatdee ka, I was at my parent’s home with my younger brother and sister , so I asked them to make a Thai lesson video together. You will learn a few fun Thai slang commonly used in everyday life in this video. I hope you enjoy the lesson. 🙂   See below to learn what were said […]

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VIDEO: Fun Thai Slang – It Serves You Right!

  Below are the translations for the dialogue of the role play in the video:   Mod: มิ้งช้าจัง Mink cháa jang. Mink is so late. ช้า /cháa/ = slow, late จัง /jang/ = very, used for emphasis at the end of a statement. Mai: เมื่อไหร่จะมาอ่ะ mûea-rài jà maa à? When is he coming? เมื่อไหร่ /mûea-rài/ = […]

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Useful Thai word a day

Look at this funny face of this cat. I can’t stop laughing. I think he might ate too fast. lol In Thai language this is called ติดคอ [dtìd-kaw] meaning get stuck in the throat. ติด [dtìd] means get stuck คอ [kaw] means throat or neck กินช้าๆเดี๋ยวติดคอนะคะ [gin cháa- cháa dĭao dtìt kaw ná ká] Eat slowly […]

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The Animal Thais Dislike

Sawatdee ka, I went to Lumpini park today and spotted this reptile. Many Thai people have a superstiton that if you see this animal, bad luck will come to you. I remember when I was a kid and there were few of these reptiles in my school’s pond. Whenever my friends and I saw it we would scream […]

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VIDEO: Fun Thai Slang

Sawatdee ka, Let’s learn a common used Thai slang. The word in the video is มันส์ (mun) which means  fun and exciting. More example for the use of the word มันส์ (mun); –  หนังเรื่อง Iron man 2 มันส์มาก [Năng rûeng Iron Man 2 mun mâak] The movie Iron man 2 is great fun and exciting. – […]

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Learn Thai expression – “get the hell away from me”

Sawatdee ka, Please don’t be frighten to see me teaching you this expression. It is not that I got aggressive all of the sudden LOL. I write this lesson to answer a question I got from a YouTube viewer. His question is “ How do you say in thai ‘get the hell away from me, I thought you were […]

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