During my visit to Bangkok I decided to make a Thai Language lesson with my friend Pear. Thai, Central Thai, or Siamese, is the national and official language of Thailand and the first language of the Thai people and the vast majority of Thai Chinese.

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Here is everything she taught me:

Hello – Sawasdee krab male / Sawasdee kha female
Good morning – Arun sawas or Sawasdee krap /kha
Left – Sai
Right – Kwa
Backward -Daan lung
Forward – Daan Na
1- Nueng
2 – Song
3 – Sam
4 – Si
5 – Ha
6 – Hok
7 – Ged
8 – Pad
9 – Kao
10 – Sib

555 – Hahaha
Water – Nam
Food – Arharn
Im hungry – Hiu Chan Hiu
Are you hungry – Hiu mai
Where is..? – Tee Nai/ Yu tee nai?
Where are you? – Khun – Ter-you Yu tee nai?

Monday – Wan Jun
Tuesday – Wan Aungkarn
Wednesday – Wan pud
Thursday – Wan Paruehusabodee – Wan Paruehas
Friday – Wan Sook
Saturday – Wan Sao
Sunday – Wan Artit

Color in each day:
Monday is Yellow
Tuesday is pink
Wednesday is green
Thursday is orange
Friday is blue
Saturday is purple
Sunday is red
Thank you – Kob Khun krab male /kob khun kha female
Your welcome – Duai kwam Yin dee/ Yindee krab Yindee kha
No – Mai
Yes – Chai
Nice to meet you – Yin dee tee dai roo juck
Hello my name is – Sawasdee Chan chue
Good night – Ra three sawas
Sweet Dream – Fun Dee Na
I love you:
-Men tell women – Pom Rak Khun
-Women tell men – Chan Rak Khun
Or Rak Na JubJub

Welcome to Thailand – Yin Dee Thon Rub Su Thailand

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My name is David Hoffmann and for the last decade I have been traveling around the world in search of unique culture, food and history! Since starting Davidsbeenhere in 2008, I have traveled to 71 countries and over 1,000 destinations, which I welcome you to check out on my YouTube Channel, blog and social medias.

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  1. Nic .C

    one has gotta pronounce each word to the exact tones or it may mean something else or even nothing. it is not like english where someone could pronounce a word differently and still mean the same thing.

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