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 otherwise it will get stuck it your throat. 🙂
I learn thai and would like some documents to practice Emp3 to phone please thank you 🙂
I am sorry I don’t know what Emp3 is. Can you explain please?
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I want to learn but find Thais reluctant
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