I think you might like to have some fun with with your Thai friends, so I made this video. I suggest you to try to say these phrases slowly first, get fimiliar with the words, tones, vowels. When you feel comfortable saying each word then add the speed, just try to say it faster!
yák yài lâi yák lék
The big giant is chasing the small one.
cháao fâad pàk fák, yen fâad fák pàd
In the morning (I) eat stir-fried winter gourd, in the evening (I) eat stir-fried winter gourd.
Please let me know in the comment below if you would like to learn more Thai tongue twisters.
ยักษ์ yák = giant
ใหญ่ yài = big
เล็ก lék = small
ไล่ lâi = chase after
เช้า cháao = morning
เย็น yen = evening, cool
ฟาด fâad = eat (slang)
ผัด pàt = to stir fry, stir fried
ฟัก fák = winter gourd
Raymond Babbitt says
So entertaining. Funny.
That was so entertaining, Fun!
Thank you for your comment. I am happy to hear that you enjoyed the lesson. 🙂
good job mod… thank you so much….. have a great day..
Good fun Mod, you make lessons enjoyable, thanks
Excellent and you teach with such fun thank you for this. I am an English teacher but I like to raise a laugh and a surprise with my students. I will recommend your site to others as well/
Sawatdee ka Khun Michael, thank you for your kind comment. I am delighted to hear that you enjoy the lesson. 🙂