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
This lesson we are talking about words for everyday life that we often hear Thai language learners mispronounce. If you mispronounce these words, it might change the meaning to an offensive word or impolite word, so we would like you to be careful when saying these five words! ขวา /kwăa/ = right คอย /kawi/ = wait for , and เคย /keoi/ = ever, have done something before … [Read more...] about VIDEO: 5 Words You Must Not Mispronounce!
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)