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    Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by witwisit&me on March 2nd 2009, 5:02 pm

    Lets learn THAI every day!

    LEARNING THAI: DAY 1

    the word for the day are:

    Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect

    Hello/Goodbye
    sawat-dee

    Goodbye
    la-gon

    See you again
    lao jer gun

    good luck
    chok dee


    if you want polite in your greetings, say "krap" for men and "ka" for women in the last greeting phrases like"



    "sawat-dee krap"

    Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect

    everyday i will post new ROMANIZE phrases in thai to learn slowly some of their words. . .

    LAGON KRAP! Smile

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by witwisit&me on March 2nd 2009, 5:14 pm

    blissinabox, sam sawat-dee krap! Smile

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by peech on March 2nd 2009, 5:48 pm

    Great thread!!!

    made it as a Sticky thread! Smile

    witwisit&me, thanks for bringing up the idea! ^_^

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by KAR on March 2nd 2009, 6:22 pm

    Kua Witwisit&me, kya mo na po bng mag basa ng thai na sulat???


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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by phelom on March 2nd 2009, 6:28 pm

    wow,,,, teacher,,

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by itinakdada08 on March 2nd 2009, 9:11 pm

    in addition to the teaching of mew ^^
    Always use "krub" (for men) and "ka" (for women) when you want to be polite. Add these words to the end of all the examples below.


    "khorb khun" means "Thank you".


    "mai ben rai" means "it's ok". For example when someone tries to give you something but you don't want it or someone says thanks to you, you say mai ben rai.


    "khor thot" means "sorry". You will say it when you want to interrupt someone, when you want to pass someone or when you do something wrong.


    "sia jai" means "sorry" too. But in this case it means different thing. Like if someone died or got hurt, you say "phom/di-chan sia jai" which means "I am sorry".


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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by Mew on March 2nd 2009, 10:13 pm

    grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by itinakdada08 on March 2nd 2009, 10:14 pm

    Mew wrote:grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation

    deadma mew ^^


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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by g33r00 on March 2nd 2009, 10:19 pm

    Mew wrote:grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation


    same here hon..
    baka magrumble sa ulo ko ung japanese at thai... maisagot ko pa to sa recitation... hehe... Wink

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by Mew on March 2nd 2009, 10:23 pm

    g33r00 wrote:
    Mew wrote:grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation


    same here hon..
    baka magrumble sa ulo ko ung japanese at thai... maisagot ko pa to sa recitation... hehe... Wink


    haha, totoo hon. may magka-rhyme pa.

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by itinakdada08 on March 2nd 2009, 10:24 pm

    Mew wrote:
    g33r00 wrote:
    Mew wrote:grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation


    same here hon..
    baka magrumble sa ulo ko ung japanese at thai... maisagot ko pa to sa recitation... hehe... Wink


    haha, totoo hon. may magka-rhyme pa.

    alam mo mew my point ka eh 4 days na akong nagbabasa at nagaaral ng thai pero pag naiisip ko yung mga nihonggo words na alam ko hindi ko maiwasang i compare


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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by Mew on March 2nd 2009, 10:27 pm

    itinakdada08 wrote:
    Mew wrote:
    g33r00 wrote:
    Mew wrote:grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation


    same here hon..
    baka magrumble sa ulo ko ung japanese at thai... maisagot ko pa to sa recitation... hehe... Wink


    haha, totoo hon. may magka-rhyme pa.

    alam mo mew my point ka eh 4 days na akong nagbabasa at nagaaral ng thai pero pag naiisip ko yung mga nihonggo words na alam ko hindi ko maiwasang i compare




    wow! you're taking classes ba in thai or self read? grabe, i think mahirap malearn ang thai kasi somewhat kabit-kabit yung mga salita... lalo na writing

    i think kung medyo expert ka na, you can easily learn the other. Very Happy

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by itinakdada08 on March 2nd 2009, 10:28 pm

    Mew wrote:
    itinakdada08 wrote:
    Mew wrote:
    g33r00 wrote:
    Mew wrote:grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation


    same here hon..
    baka magrumble sa ulo ko ung japanese at thai... maisagot ko pa to sa recitation... hehe... Wink


    haha, totoo hon. may magka-rhyme pa.

    alam mo mew my point ka eh 4 days na akong nagbabasa at nagaaral ng thai pero pag naiisip ko yung mga nihonggo words na alam ko hindi ko maiwasang i compare




    wow! you're taking classes ba in thai or self read? grabe, i think mahirap malearn ang thai kasi somewhat kabit-kabit yung mga salita... lalo na writing

    i think kung medyo expert ka na, you can easily learn the other. Very Happy

    my site yung thai language na pede mong marinig yung mga words so mataas yung probability na mabigkas mo siya ng tama kasi pag petiks dito sa office like today ganun ang ginagawa ko reading thai language kasi im planning to go there ^^

    dun ata yung EB na natin ^^


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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by g33r00 on March 2nd 2009, 10:30 pm

    Mew wrote:
    itinakdada08 wrote:
    Mew wrote:
    g33r00 wrote:
    Mew wrote:grabe... hehe. i'm not sure if i'm ready to learn...

    takot akong makalimot mag-japanese Exclamation


    same here hon..
    baka magrumble sa ulo ko ung japanese at thai... maisagot ko pa to sa recitation... hehe... Wink


    haha, totoo hon. may magka-rhyme pa.

    alam mo mew my point ka eh 4 days na akong nagbabasa at nagaaral ng thai pero pag naiisip ko yung mga nihonggo words na alam ko hindi ko maiwasang i compare




    wow! you're taking classes ba in thai or self read? grabe, i think mahirap malearn ang thai kasi somewhat kabit-kabit yung mga salita... lalo na writing

    i think kung medyo expert ka na, you can easily learn the other. Very Happy


    parang walang pattern kasi sa thai... unlike sa japanese may proper forms talga... tsaka ung syllabication nung japanese same sa tagalong natin... parang ang hirap kasi pag base lang sa romaji(romanize) sa thai kasi un na mismo ung pronunciation kung ano ung roman nya... unlike sa japanese... pale

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by witwisit&me on March 3rd 2009, 10:12 am

    Lets learn THAI every day!

    LEARNING THAI: DAY 2

    the word for the day are:

    Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect

    A. How are you? (sabai dee mai)

    B. I am fine. (sabai dee)*

    B. And you? (lao khun lae)

    A. I am fine. (sabai dee)*

    *Very often in Thai, you don't need to say "I". But, you can if you do. For men say "phom sabai dee". for women say "di-chun sabai dee".

    A. What is your name? (khun chue arai)

    B. My name is.... (phom chue....)*

    A. Nice to know you (yin dee tee dai roo-juk)

    B. Nice to know you too (chen gun)

    *Here, phom is "I" used by men. If you are a woman you should say di-chun.

    Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect Suspect


    source:


    http://www.learningthai.com/speak_thai.html


    LAGON KRAP! Smile

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by witwisit&me on March 3rd 2009, 10:13 am

    KAR wrote:Kua Witwisit&me, kya mo na po bng mag basa ng thai na sulat???


    a little, pinagsasabay ko kc niponggo and singit ko thai lol!

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by nonez on March 3rd 2009, 1:25 pm

    pati rin sana on how to pronounced the words correctly

    kase minsan may silent letters

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by phelom on March 3rd 2009, 8:59 pm

    oo nga...

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by Mew on March 3rd 2009, 11:56 pm

    nonez wrote:pati rin sana on how to pronounced the words correctly

    kase minsan may silent letters

    this one's kinda tough. gawin mo na lang yung parang sa dictionary witwisit&me para madali magets yung pronounciation. Very Happy

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by starbooze on March 16th 2009, 7:21 pm

    UP lang natin ito. Smile Baka sakaling may bago tayong matutunan. Very Happy


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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by julipych on March 16th 2009, 7:29 pm

    wow! cool... Wink

    i love learning different languages...

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by chiruruzu on March 16th 2009, 8:17 pm

    i have read somewhere na gender sensetive daw ang thai language., I mean nag-iiba daw ng pronunciation ang mga words kapag sinasalita sa gurl o sa guy., sa close friend o sa acquaintance lang., anong truth nito Question Question Question

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by phelom on March 16th 2009, 8:38 pm

    wow ang arte pala ng thai language

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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by D@shie on March 16th 2009, 11:20 pm

    Uhmmm... pano kaya kung "di-tiyak" ang gender... Suspect Question


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    Re: Learning Thai Everyday

    Post by onimaru07 on March 17th 2009, 5:00 pm

    Thai, like Chinese and Vietnamese, is a tonal language meaning that the same word can have a completely different meaning depending on it is pronounced. In total, there are 5 tones: Mid tone, high tone, low tone, rising tone and falling tone. A common example of the difficulty of tones in Thai is the word mai, whose meanings include "wood", "not", "silk", "burn", and "new" depending on what tone is used to pronounce it.

    Different kinds of tones to promounce..

    mái - Pronounced with a high tone.
    yài - Pronounced with a low tone.
    glâi - Pronounced with a falling tone.
    sŏon - Pronounced with a rising tone.

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