If you would like to impress your Thai friends by inviting them to do something or go somewhere together in Thai, this will probably be useful.
To be successful in learning Thai, you should make Thai friends to learn the culture and practice your Thai language. I would like to introduce you to some basic expressions to open opportunity to make Thai friends. In this lesson, I’m going to teach you how to introduce yourself in Thai. 1. Firstly, to say “My name is ……………” In Thai, it’s very simple. For males you should say “Phǒm chûu …... khráp” My name is …….. For females you should say “Chǎn chûu …… khâ” My name is …….. Let’s break down the sentence. Phǒm and Chǎn mean I. Phǒm is used by males while Chǎn is used by females. Chûu means name. Therefore, Phǒm or Chǎn chûu …... mean My name is …….. When you want to introduce a third person. You can use the word “Khǎw” [...]
If you are a training manager in a company that has offered English courses to your staff, you may have discovered that the participants don’t show fast, dramatic improvement in their on-the-job communication. There may be several reasons for this, but one is probably that little of the language they are learning can be directly applied to their work. A Customized English Training is an excellent way to make your English training more relevant. But it’s not always the best solution. Let’s take a look at when a customized course is the way to go. (more…)
In this lesson, we will focus on the some conversational language used to start and end conversations with someone that you already know what their name is. (more…)
In this lesson, we will focus on some intransitive verbs and what comes after these verbs. An intransitive verb is a verb that does require an object to complete its meaning. These verbs can express the action of a subject without the action passing to a receiver or object. (more…)
In this lesson, you will learn how to use some problematic prepositions that English learners struggle with. A preposition may be defined as a connecting word, which shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun to some other word in a grammatical structure. (more…)
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