VIDEO: Thai Slang – We Are of the Same Mind

Dialogue from the video:

Mod: เชิญค่ะ chern kâ (Please come in.)

Pear: ใส่ชุดสีเดียวกัน sài chút sǐi diao-gan (We’re wearing the same color dress.)

Mod & Pear: ใจตรงกัน jai dtrong gan (We are of the same mind.)

Pear: ชั้นมีอะไรมาอวด chán mii à-rai maa ùat (I have something to show you.)

Mod: ชั้นก็มีอะไรจะอวด chán gâw mii à-rai jà ùat (I also have something to show you.)

Mod: เหมือนกันเลยอ่ะ mŭean-gan leoi à (Exactly the same!)

Mod & Pear: ใจตรงกัน jai dtrong gan (We are of the same mind.)


สี sǐi = color

เดียวกัน diao-gan = identical, alike

อะไร à-rai = something

อวด ùat = to show off

เหมือนกัน mŭean-gan = same


Hope you find this lesson useful and learn something new. We will really appreciate your like and share. kop kun ka 🙂




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11 Responses to VIDEO: Thai Slang – We Are of the Same Mind

  1. haitran 10/08/2014 at 09:07 #

    Thank you mod, it very useful, please post more videos

    • Mod 13/08/2014 at 11:32 #

      Thank you for watching my videos. I will post more videos absolutely. Please stay tuned. 🙂

  2. Klaus Maks 25/07/2014 at 14:27 #

    Verrx nice, I like your lessions! Step by step I get closer to Thai language but for me its difficult in pronounceing. As I am staying 4 times a year in HH I am sure that this will be working out in the future…also with your help! Thanks

  3. Martin 16/07/2014 at 20:06 #

    Thank you for your lesson – very useful.:-)

  4. Douglas 13/06/2014 at 08:53 #

    Dear Mod
    I just found your site for the first time a few days ago. What a great service for those of us who are trying to learn the Thai language. You do a wonderful job at teaching in a clear and practical way. Thank you so much. Please keep it up because learning Thai is a lot of fun and you are very cute to watch.

  5. Kunga 13/04/2014 at 02:41 #

    Most say “it’s mean” when they try to explan something. May be it’s difficult for them to say “it means”…..but yup, wonderful to watch your videos as usual.!

    • Mod 13/04/2014 at 10:25 #

      I am sorry for my bad English. Sometimes my tongue twists and say things wrong. Thank you for watching.

  6. ขวัญ 13/03/2014 at 14:56 #

    Thank you

  7. Nicolas B 13/03/2014 at 05:58 #

    Hi girls, just a small remark on a mistake I heard, and I hear all the time : “it’s mean” > “it means” is the correct form. Otherwise very good work, congrats. It gives me the idea to do the same video clips for my language.

  8. John Black 12/03/2014 at 15:38 #

    Another useful lesson Khun Mod

    • Mod 12/03/2014 at 16:09 #

      Thank you for watching kun John. I’m happy to hear that you find our lessons useful. 🙂

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