Thai Lesson : "ดีขึ้น (dii kʉ̂n)" V.S. "ดีกว่า (dii gwàa)"




Many Thai learners may get confused between “ดีขึ้น (dii kʉ̂n)” and “ดีกว่า (dii gwàa)” when it comes to tge eord ” Better” in Thai.

This is how to use the word “Better” in Thai properly.

Let’s learn about it through this video for clearer understanding.

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