สวัสดีจ๊ะทุกๆคน Sawat dee ja took took kon :RBkiss:
This topic hasn't been posted in in a while
But happy to see a Thai topic haha~
I speak Thai too ^_^
Yin dee tee dai roo juk took took kon na! (Nice to meet you all!)
I have a friend which can speak thai in my class..
I will learn with him..
hmmm just wondering isn't the thai language similar to lao since some of the words are similar kinda...
aroi mak mak-very delicios
mao leiao-drunk already
sabaidee mai?-how's life?
I think those are correct I went to Surin in march for 3 weeks cause my aunt and uncle live there but i didn't learn too much :RBfrown: I absolutely LOVE the language!!! :RBheart: :RBheart: :RBheart: :RBheart: :RBheart:Last edit by aragonsarinasu on Saturday 13 Feb, 2010 at 01:06 +5.6%[/edit]
I would like to learn thai!! Please can anyone teach me!!!!
S̄wạs̄dī C̄hạn xāc pt̩ibạti tām pheụ̄̀x reīyn rū̂ p̣hās̄ʹā thịy t̄hūk t̂xng h̄rụ̄x mị̀
[size=9]i might go to Thailand next year thx fer the lessons :RBheart: [/size]
Hello!, my nickname is Am.
I'm live in Thailand. (Bangkok metropolis)
I'll post about Thai language step by step for everyone who focus on it!
Hello = sa-wad-dee
sa wad dee - สวัสดี > use for all
sa wad dee krup - สวัสดีครับ > for men to say politely
sa wad dee ka - สวัสดีค่ะ > for women to say politely
How are you = pen ngai / pen yang rai
เป็นไง > pen ngai > for shortly, use for person who are friends or who younger
เป็นอย่างไร > pen yang rai > use for all, and language for write all article.
Where > tee nhai > ที่ไหน
you > khun, tur, kae
คุณ > khun > politely for all type of person
เธอ > tur > politely for friends and who younger
แก > kae (not read ka-e) > don't rude and don't polite, use for really close-friends
go > pai > ไป
Where do you go > khun ja pai tee nhai / pai nhai
คุณจะไปที่ไหน > khun ja pai tee nhai > for politely, for all age of person
ไปไหน > pai nhai > for friends and person who younger than me
TIPS : to speak politely
men > say "krup" at the end of all words / such as "pai nhai krup" can use for elderly if you add "krup"
women > say "ka" at the end of all words / such as "pen ngai ka" can use for elderly too, only you add "ka"
(Because Thai people respect for senior. ^_^ )
In Thai language, if you see "nai", "mai" , "dai" , etc.
You don't read same as some words of Japanese as "na-i", "ma-i".
But you must read "mai", "hai".
I don't professional to teach and create lesson...
If you have some question, just ask me.
Because sometime I forget to explain some tips of language. (>_<)
And about Thai except language, you can ask me too!
If I can answer, I'm willing to do it!
See you later!!
Hope you have fun and knowledge about Thai language!
I recommend this!!
Hope you like it.
Main idea of this song is...
One woman/girl who hurts because of their important person (also lover or family) died...she still want to meet the person again but it's impossible...it's too late...because she never to meet that person once again, then, only her love heart that almost break and her body "remain"...and she'll live daily that her has for "missing love feeling" forever...
Although as much as missing but won't meet, if she has a chance to meet once again, she'll do anything to stare in eyes, to hug and say goodbye only seconds...and she'll emphasize that she'll love that person until last breathe...
Hope you like it and touch this song...
hi i can't speak tai i i don't want learn it
oh my lord... my mum can speak fluen t thai, but she refuses to teach me
Can someone tell me how to write the title of this song using latin letter? I know the translation, but not how to pronounce it in Thai.
never mind, i ve managed to do it myself
OF course I wanna learn a new language, but Thai letters all look similar. :'(
i wanna learn thai, it looks so hard! how do you read the thai in romaji? cause i wanna learn how to pronounce it properly. i only know how to say neglect, ละเลย (laleeui or something).