“ง” or “ng” sound in Thai language is one of the challenging consonants for non Thai speakers. In this video my brother Mink and I show you some words with “ง” or “ng” sound, they are commonly used in everyday life so you can repeat these words often.
Tip: Pay attention to how you are sounding the “NG” at the end of the word, then get used to beginning a word with it.
- งาน /ngaan/ = work, job, ceremony, event
- เงิน /ngern/ = money, silver
- งู /nguu/ = snake
- ง่วง /ngûang/ = sleepy
- โง่ /ngôo/ = stupid
- งอแง /ngaw-ngae/ = be putelant
- งุ่มง่าม /ngûm-ngâam/ = slow, clumsy
If you would like to practice any particular sounds please leave a comment below this post and I will make a video for you in the future.
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