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ThaiPod101.com
Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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ThaiPod101.com
Friday at 6:26 pm
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Helle Elsa,


Your welcome. :) I'm glad I can help.If you have any future questions, don't hesitate to ask us.


Have a good day.


Parisa

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Elsa
Sunday at 11:25 am
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Khun Parisa, ขอบคุณมากค่ะ


This is absolutely useful, since these words can't be founded in almost any dictionary. :smile::thumbsup:

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ThaiPod101.com
Saturday at 1:43 am
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็ำHello Ela,


Thank you very much for your comment. I'm glad to hear that you enjoy learning our lesson. :)

Yes, you're right the word "lôoet! and gěe-gěe!" are used by female speakers.


1. jěeng เจ๋ง (for males) and lôoet! เริด /gěe-gěe! เก๋ เก๋

2. (ai) bâa ไอ้บ้า

3. sà-dtaaw-booe-rîi สตอเบอรี่ / sà-dtaaw-booe-lǎae สตอเบอแหล

4. mâi khǎeng-raaeng ไม่แข็งแรง

5. khâ/khráp ค่ะ/ครับ or khâ-khâ/khráp-khráp ค่ะ ค่ะ / ครับ ครับ


Wishing you a good day. :)


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Elsa
Tuesday at 7:37 pm
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สวัสดีค่ะ


It was really a fun class and I really enjoyed learning these phrases!


I have a question:

lôoet! and gěe-gěe! (for females/ladyboys)

It should mean that these adjectives are for female speaker, and doesn't mean that these adjectives are only used to describe women, correct?


In addition, could you please share the top 5 phrases in Thai instead of in Romanization only?


Thanks a lot! :)


Elsa