My family and I hiked into the jungle last Saturday, we cookd rice in bamboo tubes for lunch using all natural matrials. I took this opportunity to create a mini vlog with Thai listening exercise for you to learn Thai. ▪️Script from the video มาดูวิธีหุงข้าวในกระบอกไม้ไผ่ค่ะ /maa duu wí-tii hŭng kâao nai grà-bàwk máai-pài kâ/ Let’s learn how to cook rice in … [Read more...] about Thai Listening Exercise: Cooking Rice in Bamboo Tube in the Jungle
????????Practice Forming Thai Sentences: I haven’t…yet Many of my students are often confused when forming a sentence to explain that one hasn’t done something yet. I would like to help you reinforce this pattern so you can speak Thai correctly and confidently. ONLINE THAI SPEAKING CLASSES Would you like to speak Thai correctly and naturally? Join our online group … [Read more...] about Practice Forming Thai Sentences : I Havn’t…Yet
Can you form Thai sentences correctly? Let's test your grammar! I've created a short grammar test for you, you need to fill a blank space to complete the sentences. There are five sentences, please let me know your score out of 5 in the comments. คุณทำงาน___________ kun tam-gaan___________ 2. How long have you been working … [Read more...] about Test Your Thai Grammar (Level 2-3)
I created a short test for you with three pairs of commonly confused words. You need to choose the right word that complete a given sentence correctly. She is just a little girl, but she has to work hard. เขาเป็นแค่ผู้หญิง_______ แต่ต้องทำงานหนัก káo bpen pûu-yĭng _______, dtàe dtâwng tam-ngaan nàk 2. A lot: A. เยอะ /yér/ or … [Read more...] about QUIZ: How Strong is Your Thai Vocabulary? | Commonly Confused Words
I am sure you know “I'm sorry” in Thai. Did you know how to say “I'M SORRY FOR…”properly like a native speaker? In this lesson, you will learn to apologise to someone for doing something in real Thai language. "I am sorry." or "I apologize" in Thai is ขอโทษ /kăw-tôot/ The pattern you need for "I am sorry for...." is ขอโทษ/kăw-tôot/ + ที่ /tîi/ + a … [Read more...] about Talk Thai Like a Native – How to Say “I’m Sorry For…”
Let's test your Thai grammar! I say a sentence and you find a mistake. There are five sentences, please comment with your score out of 5. :) ONLINE THAI SPEAKING CLASSES Would you like to speak Thai correctly, naturally and use the language that native Thais genuinely use? Join our online group classed today! Our experienced instructors use interactive methods to … [Read more...] about Find a Mistake in Thai Sentences | Common Mistakes
When talking to friends and family members in relaxed everyday situations, Thai people always use informal language. This lesson you will learn how to ask for a favour in Thai in the same way that native Thai speakers talk in real life, I present you Thai phrases that you will not find in text books that you are reading. :) Please do the quiz at the end of this lesson and … [Read more...] about Asking for a Favour in Thai
❌5 Food Items You Might Not Want❌ Let's learn these items in Thai so next time you order your food, you can ask not to put them in your dish. 1. ผงชูรส /pŏng-chuu-rót/ MSG2. น้ำตาล /náam-dtaan/ Sugar 3. ลูกชิ้น /lûuk chín/ Meatballs 4. เครื่องใน /krûeang-nai/ Offal 5. ผักชี /pàk-chii/ Coriander 6. เนื้อสัตว์ /núea-sàt/ Meat Let me know other … [Read more...] about 5 Items You Might Not Want in Your Food!
In this lesson you will learn how to say “I LOVE YOU MORE” in Thai correctly. Many students often confuse between A and B. ผมรักคุณมากกว่า / pŏm rák kun mâak gwàa/ผมรักคุณมากขึ้น / pŏm rák kun mâak kûen/ Which one do you think correct, A or B? Find out the answer in this video. ONLINE THAI SPEAKING CLASSES Do you want to communicate in Thai … [Read more...] about 1-Min Thai: I LOVE YOU MORE!
Are you confused when to use the words ไป/bpai/ or มา/maa/ ? Do you wonder why sometimes they are both in the same sentence. Watch this video til the end to clear up any confusions you may have. The basic words ไป/bpai/ which means “to go” and มา/maa/ which means “to come” are used all the time in everyday life. HOWEVER besides this usual meaning, both words are used as … [Read more...] about VIDEO: Correct Your Thai – ไป/bpai/ or มา/maa/
Basic Thai Grammar: Present Continuous Tense If you just started learning Thai, you first need to know some basic rules of the language. Developing a solid foundation in Thai grammar will not only help you create your own sentences correctly but will also make it easier to improve your communication skills in both spoken and written Thai. In this lesson teacher Pear … [Read more...] about Basic Thai Grammar: Present Continuous Tense
Of all the major skills of language, listening skills require the most focus. This is because if you don't focus on what you're listening to, you may miss the core "message" that is being communicated. We created this test for you to actually practice listening. Pear is speaking in normal speed in this video so it helps you learn how native speakers talk. Also one of the … [Read more...] about Thai Listening Test (Level 1)